Here is one hour of color footage, via WGN, of Jim Maloney’s August 19, 1965 no-hitter versus the Cubs.

Courtesy of SB Nation

marlins:

Walk-off no-hitter.

The last October regular season no-hitter was in 1972 and thrown by the Expos’ Bill Stoneman.

marlins:

Walk-off no-hitter.

The last October regular season no-hitter was in 1972 and thrown by the Expos’ Bill Stoneman.

Henderson Alvarez pitches a no-hitter…when the winning run scores in the bottom of the ninth on a bases loaded WILD PITCH.

The last player to throw a last-day-of-the-season no-hitter was Bumpus Jones, Cincinnati Reds, October 15, 1892.

Alvarez was in the on-deck circle so he may be the first pitcher mobbed after a no-hitter while wearing a helmet.

Oh and the Marlins swept the Tigers.

Homer Bailey Throws 2nd No-Hitter of His Career

Bailey, who is also the first pitcher since Nolan Ryan (1974 - 1975) to throw two consecutive no-hitters. His last no-hitter was September 28, 2012 against the Pirates. No pithcer has thrown a no-no since.

Bailey joins 26 others who have thrown multiple no-hitters. (The active pitchers who have are Justin Verlander, Mark Buehrle, and Roy Halladay - kinda since one was regular season and one was playoffs.)

It was the 280th no-hitter in MLB history.

Bailey’s line:  9 IP  0 R  0 ER  0 H  1 BB  9 K, 109 pitches

Gregor Blanco was the only Giant to reach base with a walk in the 7th inning.

Sources: MLB.com and FOX Sports Ohio

sportsnetny:

Neat stuff Tuesday during YES’ Mariners-Yankees. A graphic asked the name of the M’s losing pitcher on this date, in 1996, when Dwight Gooden pitched his no-hitter.

David Cone jumped: “I was lying in a hospital bad. That’s why Doc was starting. That was my spot in the rotation when I was diagnosed with an aneurysm.

“I actually listened to that game on the radio because we couldn’t get it on TV up at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. That was my start — and Dwight Gooden pitched a no-hitter!”

Al Leiter, also in the booth, was flabbergasted to hear that. Who knew? Who remembered that part of it?

“And three days before that,” Cone said, “Al Leiter [with the Marlins] had a no-hitter.”

Oh, the answer: Twice-Yankee Sterling Hitchcock.

Jered Weaver, welcome to the No-Hitter Club.
(Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Jered Weaver, welcome to the No-Hitter Club.

(Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)