On June 28, 2008, the Anaheim Angels lose 1-0 to the Los Angeles Dodgers despite not allowing a hit to their NL rivals. Starter Jered Weaver and reliever Jose Arredondo no-hit the Dodgers but an error allowed LA to escape with the win at Dodger Stadium. Because the Angels did not pitch nine full innings, the game is not officially recognized as a no-hitter by MLB.
Ray Washburn of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches a no-hit game against the San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park
September 18, 1968
July 20, 1958
Andy Hawkins of the New York Yankees throws no-hit ball over eight innings against the Chicago White Sox, but still loses the game
July 1, 1990