No-Hitters and Perfect Games

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No-Hitters and Perfect Games pitched by RBIers, as well as the RBIer company they kept during those games. There are some abstract stats at the bottom of the page concerning the winning pitchers, losing pitchers, hitters, and fielders.


Dwight Gooden

May 14, 1996


Mariners 0

Yankees 2


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Yankees

3B – Wade Boggs (2 for 4, R)


Bret Saberhagen

August 26, 1991


White Sox 0

Royals 7


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White Sox

LF – Tim Raines (0 for 4, 2 K)


Royals

LF – Kirk Gibson (3 for 4, RBI, 3 R, 3B, BB, E)

DH – George Brett (2 for 3, RBI, R, BB)


Nolan Ryan’s 7th

May 1, 1991


Blue Jays 0

Rangers 3


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IP H R ER BB SO HBP

Jimmy Key, L (4-1) 6 5 3 3 1 5 0


Rangers

CF – Gary Pettis (1 for 4, R, 2 K, SB)

2B – Julio Franco (0 for 4, K)


Fernando Valenzuela

June 29, 1990


Cardinals 0

Dodgers 6


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Cardinals

LF – Vince Coleman (0 for 4, 3 K)

CF – Willie McGee (0 for 3, BB, K, E)

1B – Pedro Guerrero (0 for 3, BB, E)

3B – Terry Pendleton (0 for 3)

2B – Jose Oquendo (0 for 3)

SS – Ozzie Smith (0 for 3, K)


Dodgers

LF – Kirk Gibson (1 for 4, 2 RBI, K, E)

P – Fernando Valenzuela (1 for 4, R, K)


Nolan Ryan’s 6th

June 11, 1990


Rangers 5

Athletics 0


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Rangers

CF – Gary Pettis (2 for 5, R, K, SB, CS)

2B – Julio Franco (2 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R)

DH – Harold Baines (1 for 4, 2 K)


Athletics

2B – Willie Randolph (0 for 4, K)

CF – Dave Henderson (0 for 3, 2 K)


Mike Witt’s 2-Inning Save

Mark Langston pitched 7 innings, and Mike Witt completed the game with 2 innings of no-hit ball. RBIers played in the game, but because none of them hit while Mike Witt was the pitcher of record, their statistics were not recorded. This entry is a statistical formality rather than a No-Hitter achievement.


April 11, 1990


Mariners 0

Angels 1


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Mike Scott

September 25, 1986


Giants 0

Astros 2


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IP H R ER BB SO HBP

Juan Berenguer, L (2-3) 5 8 1 1 4 2 1

Scott Garrelts 1 0 0 0 0 3 0


Giants

CF – Danny Gladden (0 for 3, HBP, SB, 2 K)

2B – Robbie Thompson (0 for 4, 3 K)

1B – Will Clark (0 for 4, K)

LF – Candy Maldonado (0 for 3, 2 K)

RF – Chili Davis (0 for 2, BB, SB)

3B – Bob Brenly (0 for 3, 3 K)

SS – Jose Uribe (0 for 2)

PH – Harry Spilman (0 for 1)

PH – Mike Aldrete (0 for 1)

P – Juan Berenguer (0 for 1)


Astros (Entire Lineup)

CF – Billy Hatcher (0 for 4, SB, CS, HBP, K)

2B – Billy Doran (2 for 4, K)

3B – Denny Walling (2 for 4, HR, RBI, R)

1B – Glenn Davis (1 for 2, 2 BB)

RF – Kevin Bass (1 for 3, BB, SB, K)

LF – Jose Cruz (1 for 2, RBI, 2 BB, K)

C – Alan Ashby (2 for 4)

SS – Craig Reynolds (0 for 2)

PH/SS – Dickie Thon (0 for 2, 2 K)

P – Mike Scott (1 for 4, 2 K)


Mike Witt’s Perfect Game

September 30, 1984


Angels 1

Rangers 0


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Angels

2B – Rob Wilfong (0 for 4)

1B – Bobby Grich (0 for 0)

3B – Doug DeCinces (2 for 4, R)

LF – Brian Downing (0 for 4)

DH – Reggie Jackson (0 for 4, RBI)

PR/CF – Gary Pettis (0 for 0, CS)

C – Bob Boone (0 for 3)

SS – Dick Schofield (0 for 2, BB)


Jack Morris

April 7, 1984


Tigers 4

White Sox 0


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Tigers

2B – Lou Whitaker (1 for 4, RBI, CS)

SS – Alan Trammell (1 for 4, SB)

1B – Dave Bergman (0 for 1, K)

LF – Larry Herndon (0 for 4, 2 K)

CF – Chet Lemon (2 for 4, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, K)

RF – Kirk Gibson (1 for 1, 2B, RBI, R, 2 BB)

3B – Tom Brookens (0 for 2)


White Sox

RF – Harold Baines (0 for 3, BB, K)

Dave Righetti

July 4, 1983


Red Sox 0

Yankees 4


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IP H R ER BB SO HBP

John Tudor, L (5-5) 7 2/3 8 4 4 4 2 0

Bob Stanley 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 0


Red Sox

3B – Wade Boggs (0 for 4, 2 K, E)

LF – Jim Rice (0 for 1, 2 BB)

CF – Tony Armas (0 for 3, K)

RF – Dwight Evans (0 for 3, 2 K)


Yankees

1B – Don Mattingly (0 for 4, K)

DH – Don Baylor (1 for 3, HR, RBI, 2 R, BB)

SS – Roy Smalley (1 for 4)

Nolan Ryan’s 5th

September 26, 1981


Dodgers 0

Astros 5


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Dodgers

2B – Davey Lopes (0 for 3, 2 K)

3B – Pedro Guerrero (0 for 3, K)


Astros

RF – Terry Puhl (1 for 4, R, BB)

2B – Phil Garner (2 for 4, RBI, BB, SB, CS, K)

CF – Jose Cruz (3 for 4, 2B, RBI, R, BB, SB)

C – Alan Ashby (1 for 4, 2 RBI, BB)

1B – Harry Spilman (0 for 2)

1B – Denny Walling (0 for 0, R, BB)

SS – Craig Reynolds (2 for 4, 2B, 3B, RBI, R)


Bert Blyleven

September 22, 1977


Rangers 6

Angels 0


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Angels

RF – Don Baylor (0 for 3)


Nolan Ryan’s 4th

June 1, 1975


Orioles 0

Angels 1


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Orioles

DH – Don Baylor (0 for 2)

2B – Bobby Grich (0 for 2, 2 BB, K)


Nolan Ryan’s 3rd

September 28, 1974


Twins 0

Angels 4


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Nolan Ryan’s 2nd

May 15, 1973


Angels 3

Royals 0


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Nolan Ryan

July 15, 1973


Angels 6

Tigers 0


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Leaderboard

Pitching Leaders (Winning End)

Strikeouts

94 – Nolan Ryan

13 – Mike Scott


Strikeouts in One Game

17 – Nolan Ryan

16 – Nolan Ryan


K/9 Innings

13.4 – Nolan Ryan

13.0 – Mike Scott


Walks

26 – Nolan Ryan

6 – Jack Morris & Dwight Gooden


Most Walks in One Game

8 – Nolan Ryan

6 – Jack Morris & Dwight Gooden


Fewest Walks in One Game

0 – Mike Witt

1 – Bert Blyleven


BB/9 Innings

6.0 – Jack Morris & Dwight Gooden

4.0 – Dave Righetti


Pitching Leaders (Losing End)

Innings Pitched

7 2/3 – John Tudor

6 – Jimmy Key


Most Hits Allowed

8 – John Tudor & Juan Berenguer

5 – Jimmy Key


Most Runs Allowed

4 – John Tudor

3 – Jimmy Key


Strikeouts

5 – Jimmy Key

3 – Scott Garrelts


Hitting Leaders (RBIers in No-Hitters thrown by RBIers)

Hits

5 – Kirk Gibson

4 – Jose Cruz


Home Runs

2 – Julio Franco

1 – Don Baylor, Chet Lemon, & Denny Walling


Runs Batted In

4 – Julio Franco & Kirk Gibson

2 – Alan Ashby, Chet Lemon, & Jose Cruz


Runs Scored

4 – Kirk Gibson

2 – Don Baylor, Julio Franco, Chet Lemon, Gary Pettis, & Denny Walling


Fielding Leaders

Games Caught

2 – Alan Ashby

1 – Bob Boone (Boone caught Mike Witt’s perfect game, as well as the last 2 innings of his combined no-hitter with Mark Langston)

Players who Committed an Error

Wade Boggs, Kirk Gibson, Pedro Guerrero, & Willie McGee