On June 26, 1976- At Royals Stadium, Marty Pattin and Steve Mingori combine on a one-hit shutout as the Kansas City Royals beat the California Angels, 3 – 0.

Dave Collins single in the 6th inning broke up the no hit bid for Pattin. Pattin improved to 2-7 on the season. Pattin will finish the year 8-14 but posted a fantastic 2.49 ERA for the Royals. As of 2020 it is the 9th best Single Season ERA in franchise history.

1. Dan Quisenberry • 1983 1.94
2. Steve Farr • 1990 1.98
3. Mark Littell • 1976 2.08
Roger Nelson • 1972 2.08
5. Zack Greinke • 2009 2.16
Bret Saberhagen • 1989 2.16
7. Dan Quisenberry • 1985 2.37
8. Kevin Appier • 1992 2.46
9. Marty Pattin • 1976 2.49
10. Danny Duffy • 2014 2.53

The Royals scored single runs in the 1st,4th, and 5th and Ryan lasted only 5 innings striking out 8 walking 3.


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