On September 11, 1995 — 1995 – At Jacobs Field, the Yankees record a rarity in their 4 – 0 win over the Indians – no assists. Jack McDowell allows four hits, walks four and strikes out eight in the nine innings as the Yanks register the 3rd no-assist game in the American League this century. Black Jack retires the side in the 9th on three pitches. The outfield makes eight of the 27 putouts. It last happened in the major leagues in a Mets-Phils game on June 25, 1989, the only time in the National League.
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