American League No Hitters

Every No Hit Game Thrown in the American League

Words alone cannot describe pitching's second highest "club" and still one of the most desirable goals — a no hitter. These elusive gems are masterpieces of a career on the mound and a mystical feat that must be witnessed to be fully appreciated.

Tossing a complete game with no hits are all that is required to join this elite group of American League pitchers. A group we here at Baseball Almanac truly appreciate and hold in the highest regard during a day and age when the home run is king.

"When I'm throwing good, I don't think there's a man in the world who can hit me." - Vida Blue
American League No Hitters
(Official No-Hitters / Each Meet Criteria Set Forth by MLB)

In Chronological Order / Other Leagues: N.L. | A.A. | F.L. | U.A.

#

Name(s)

Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

1.

09-20-1902

Chicago 3 vs Detroit 0

2.

Boston 3 vs Philadelphia 0

3.

08-17-1904

Boston 6 at Chicago 0

4.

07-22-1905

Philadelphia 6 at St. Louis 0

5.

09-06-1905

Chicago 15 at Detroit 0

6.

09-27-1905

Boston 2 vs Chicago 0

7.

06-30-1908

Boston 8 at New York 0

8.

09-18-1908

Cleveland 2 vs Boston 1

9.

09-20-1908

Chicago 1 vs Philadelphia 0

10.

Cleveland 1 vs Chicago 0

11.

04-20-1910

Cleveland 1 at Chicago 0

12.

05-12-1910

Philadelphia 4 vs Cleveland 0

13.

07-29-1911

Boston 5 vs St. Louis 0

14.

08-27-1911

Chicago 5 vs Boston 0

15.

07-04-1912

Detroit 7 vs St. Louis 0

16.

08-30-1912

St. Louis 5 at Detroit 1

17.

05-31-1914

Chicago 6 vs Cleveland 1

18.

06-21-1916

Boston 2 vs New York 0

19.

08-26-1916

Philadelphia 5 vs Cleveland 0

20.

08-30-1916

Boston 4 vs St. Louis 0

21.

Chicago 11 at St. Louis 0

22.

New York 2 at Boston 1

23.

St. Louis 1 vs Chicago 0

24.

St. Louis 3 vs Chicago 0

25.

Babe Ruth (0.0 IP)

Boston 4 vs Washington 0

Ernie Shore (9.0 IP)

26.

Boston 4 at Detroit 0

27.

Cleveland 3 at New York 0

28.

Washington 1 at Boston 0

29.

Chicago 2 at Detroit 0

30.

New York 2 at Philadelphia 0

31.

Boston 4 at Philadelphia 0

32.

Chicago 6 at Boston 0

33.

Cleveland 9 vs St. Louis 0

34.

Washington 5 vs Boston 0

35.

Chicago 5 vs Cleveland 0

36.

Chicago 8 vs St. Louis 0

37.

New York 13 vs Cleveland 0

38.

Cleveland 1 at Chicago 0

39.

Philadelphia 1 vs St. Louis 0

40.

Cleveland 1 at New York 0

41.

Cleveland 3 vs Philadelphia 0

42.

Philadelphia 3 vs Washington 0

43.

Cleveland 2 at Detroit 0

44.

Cleveland 2 vs Detroit 1

45.

New York 1 at Cleveland 0

46.

New York 8 vs Boston 0

47.

Detroit 1 vs Washington 0

48.

Detroit 1 at New York 0

49.

St. Louis 6 vs Philadelphia 0

50.

Boston 4 vs Chicago 0

51.

New York 2 vs Brooklyn 0

52.

Chicago 6 vs Washington 0

53.

Detroit 3 at Boston 0

54.

Baltimore 1 vs New York 0

55.

Los Angeles 2 vs Baltimore 0

56.

Boston 2 vs Los Angeles 0

57.

Boston 1 at Chicago 0

58.

Minnesota 1 vs Kansas City 0

59.

Boston 2 vs Cleveland 0

60.

Cleveland 2 vs Washington 0

61.

Baltimore 1 vs Detroit 2

Stu Miller (0.1 IP)

62.

Minnesota 2 at Cleveland 1

63.

Chicago 6 vs Detroit 0

64.

Baltimore 6 vs Boston 0

65.

Oakland 4 vs Minnesota 0

66.

Baltimore 8 vs Oakland 0

67.

California 4 vs Oakland 0

68.

Oakland 6 vs Minnesota 0

69.

Kansas City 3 at Detroit 0

70.

California 3 at Kansas City 0

71.

California 6 at Detroit 0

72.

Texas 6 at Oakland 0

73.

Kansas City 2 at Milwaukee 0

74.

Cleveland 4 vs Oakland 0

75.

California 4 vs Minnesota 0

76.

California 1 vs Baltimore 0

77.

Vida Blue (5.0 IP)

Oakland 5 vs California 0

Glenn Abbott (1.0 IP)

Paul Lindblad (1.0 IP)

Rollie Fingers (2.0 IP)

78.

Blue Moon Odom (5.0 IP)

Chicago 2 at Oakland 1

79.

Kansas City 6 vs Texas 0

80.

Cleveland 1 vs California 0

81.

Texas 6 at California 0

82.

Cleveland 3 vs Toronto 0

83.

New York 4 vs Boston 0

84.

Oakland 3 vs Chicago 0

85.

Detroit 4 at Chicago 0

86.

California 1 at Texas 0

87.

Chicago 7 at California 1

88.

Milwaukee 7 at Baltimore 0

89.

Mark Langston (7.0 IP)

California 1 vs Seattle 0

Mike Witt (2.0 IP)

90.

Seattle 2 vs Detroit 0

91.

Texas 5 at Oakland 0

92.

Oakland 5 at Toronto 0

93.

Toronto 3 at Cleveland 0

94.

Texas 3 vs Toronto 0

95.

Bob Milacki (6.0 IP)

Baltimore 2 at Oakland 0

Mike Flanagan (1.0 IP)

Gregg Olson (1.0 IP)

96.

Chicago 7 at Baltimore 0

97.

Kansas City 7 vs Chicago 0

98.

Seattle 2 vs Boston 0

99.

New York 4 vs Cleveland 0

100.

Minnesota 6 vs Milwaukee 0

101.

Texas 4 vs California 0

102.

New York 2 vs Seattle 0

103.

New York 4 vs Minnesota 0

104.

New York 6 vs Montreal 0

105.

Minnesota 7 vs Anaheim 0

106.

Boston 3 at Baltimore 0

107.

Boston 10 vs Tampa Bay 0

108.

Chicago 6 vs Texas 0

109.

Detroit 4 vs Milwaukee 0

110.

Boston 10 vs Baltimore 0

111.
Boston 7 vs Kansas City 0
112.
Chicago 5 vs Tampa Bay 0
113.
Oakland 4 vs Tampa Bay 0
114.
Tampa Bay 5 vs Detroit 0
115.
Minnesota 1 at Chicago 0
116.
Detroit 9 at Toronto 0
117.
Los Angeles 3 at Cleveland 1
118.
Chicago 4 at Seattle 0
119.
Los Angeles 9 vs Minnesota 0
120.
Kevin Millwood (6.0 IP)
Seattle 1 vs Los Angeles 0
Stephen Pryor (0.1 IP)
Lucas Luetge (0.1 IP)
Brandon League (0.2 IP)

Tom Wilhelmsen (1.0 IP)

121.
Seattle 1 vs Rays 0
122.
Seattle 3 vs Baltimore 0
123.
Houston 3 vs Los Angeles 0
124.
Oakland 3 vs Boston 0
125.
Seatle 5 at Toronto 0
126.
05-07-2019
Oakland 2 v s Cincinnati 0
127.
Taylor Cole (2.0 IP)
07-12-2019
Los Angeles 13 vs Seattle 0
Felix Pena (7.0 IP)
128.
Aaron Sanchez (6.0 IP)
08-03-2019
Houston 9 vs Seattle 0
Will Harris (1.0 IP)
Joe Biagini (1.0 IP)
Chris Devenski (1.0 IP)
129.
09-01-2019
Houston 2 at Toronto 0
#

Name(s)

Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

A.L. No Hitters | Key: Bold = Perfect Game , Underline = Loss, Italic = Interleague

American League No Hitters
(Do Not Meet Criteria Set Forth by MLB)

Broken Up In Extra Innings

Name
Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

Innings
05-09-1901

Cleveland 2 vs Chicago 4

10
08-30-1910

New York 0 vs Cleveland 5

10
05-14-1914

Chicago 0 at Washington 1

10

St. Louis 1 vs Boston 2

10
Name
Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

Innings

Near American League No Hitters | Key: Italic = Perfect Game , Underline = Loss

American League No Hitters
(Do Not Meet Criteria Set Forth by MLB)

Less Than Nine Innings

Name
Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

Innings

08-15-1905

Philadelphia 2 vs St. Louis 0

5

05-26-1907

Chicago 8 vs New York 1

5

10-05-1907

Philadelphia 4 vs Washington 0

5

08-20-1912

Washington 2 vs Cleveland 0

6

Washington 2 vs St. Louis 0

7

St. Louis 4 vs Detroit 0

6

Minnesota 2 vs Boston 0

5

New York 0 at Chicago 4

8

Chicago 8 at New York 0

6

Boston 1 at Cleveland 2

8

Boston 9 at Baltimore 0

5

LA Angels 0 versus LA Dodgers 1

8

Name
Date / Box Score

Pitcher's Team vs. Opponent

Innings

Near American League No Hitters | Key: Italic = Perfect Game , Underline = Loss



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