On May 6, 1953, St. Louis Browns pitcher Bobo Holloman, making his first big league start, twirls a 6-0 no-hitter against the Philadelphia A’s. Holloman becomes only the third pitcher in history to fire a no-hitter in his initial major league start. Holloman will win only two more games during a brief one-year career, he will also never pitch another complete game.
June 30, 1948
Masanori Murakami of the San Francisco becomes the first Japanese-born player to appear in a major league game
September 1, 1964
September 6, 2006