On September 14, 2008 — Carlos Zambrano of the Chicago Cubs pitches a no-hitter against the Houston Astros, winning 5 – 0 at Milwaukee’s Miller Park. The game was shifted from Houston to Milwaukee due to Hurricane Ike. It is the first no-hitter pitched on a neutral site in modern major league history, although the crowd is composed almost exclusively of Cubs fans who have made the short trip from Chicago.
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