1959 Mike McCormick of the San Francisco Giants tosses a 3 – 0, five-inning no-hitter against the Philadelphia Phillies. Richie Ashburn singles in the top of the sixth for the Phillies, but it doesn’t count as the game is stopped by rain.
Tom Phoebus of the Baltimore Orioles pitches a 6 – 0 no hitter against the visiting Boston Red Sox. Third baseman Brooks Robinson drives in three runs and makes a great catch to rob Rico Petrocelli of a hit in the 8th inning.
1969 Jim Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds strikes out 13 en route to a 10 – 0 no-hitter over the Houston Astros at Crosley Field. Bobby Tolan has four RBI in support of Maloney, who records his second career no-hitter.
Montreal Expos’ Charlie Lea, a native of France, no-hits the San Francisco Giants 4-0, walking four and striking out eight in the second game of a doubleheader. It is the first no-hitter at Olympic Stadium, which opened for baseball in 1977.
In 50-degree Detroit weather, Royals rookie Steve Busby no-hits the Tigers 3-0. It is the first Royals no-hitter and the first at Tiger Stadium since Virgil Trucks did it in 1952. Busby is the first no-hit game pitcher not to bat due to the DH “experiment” begun in the American League that season.
1965 Reds pitcher Jim Maloney’s second no-hit effort of 1965 is another 0-0 duel through 9 innings, until shortstop Leo Cardenas homers off the left field foul pole in the 10th at Wrigley Field. Maloney sets a no-hit record by giving the Cubs 10 walks; he also fans 12.