On August 15, 1916, future Hall of Famers Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox and Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators engage in a memorable pitching duel at Fenway Park. Ruth defeats Johnson, 1-0, in a 13-inning classic.
Earl Wilson of the Boston Red Sox becomes the first black pitcher in American League history to hurl a no-hitter
June 26, 1962
October 3, 2012
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
April 25, 1916