On September 16, 1937 — 1937 – Future Hall of Fame member Martin Dihigo pitches the first professional no-hit, no-run game on Mexican soil, a 4 – 0 victory against Nogales at Veracruz. In 1938, Dihigo will lead the Mexican League in four categories: ERA (0.90), wins (18-2), strikeouts (184), and batting (.387).
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