Detroit, Toronto hard-hitting line opponent collaboration NO-NO written-no-hitter total 320 times
The Detroit Tigers wrote a joint no-hit no-run against the Toronto Blue Jays.
At Comerica Park in Detroit on the 9th, three players, including Tigers starter Matt Manning (6.2 innings), bullpen Jace Foley (1.1), and closer Alex Lange (1.0), defeated the Toronto lineup 2-0 with a no-hitter.
Starting right-hander Manning recorded 3 walks and 5 strikeouts, and Foley and Lange handled it neatly with 1 strikeout and no walks side by side. Toronto All-Star starter Kevin Gaussman also played well, giving up 5 hits, 2 walks, 7 strikeouts and 2 runs in 6 innings, but he tasted a loss (7 wins, 5 losses) due to a misfire in the batting line.
There are a total of 320 no-hitters in MLB history, 20 of which are joint ventures. It’s been 13 years since Justin Verlander (now the New York Mets) recorded a 4-0 no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers on June 13, 2007.
MLB’s no-hitter this season was made twice: the New York Yankees’ Domingo Herman’s 11-0 perfect game against the Oakland Ace on the 29th of last month and the joint no-hitter by Detroit this time.
The cycling hit of a hitter that is often compared to a pitcher’s메이저사이트 no-hitter is this year’s Miami Marlins second baseman Luis Arraez, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Cedric Mullins, Philadelphia Phillies catcher JT Realmutter, and Cincinnati Reds rookie infielder Eli De La Cruz.
Even in the all-time record, there were a total of 343 cycling hits – 23 more than the 320 no-hits.
In the case of the KBO League, no-hit no-runs were a total of 17 times, including Park Dong-hee’s Kang-woo cold game and two joint ventures, but cycling hits were also made more often than the pitcher’s record with 29 times.