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Nationals Park

Nationals Park,Washington,DC,US Ball Park First Game Date – 3/30/2008 (1) Starting Pitchers – Nationals vs. Braves: 3/30/2008 Final Score 3-2 (WAS) Attendance – 39,389 Starting Pitchers Odalis Perez (WAS); Tim...

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Chase Field

Chase Field,Phoenix,AZ,US Ball Park First Game Date – 3/31/1998 (1) Starting Pitchers – Diamondbacks vs. Rockies: 3/31/1998 Final Score 9-2 (COL) Attendance – 47,484 Starting Pitchers Andy Benes (ARI); Darryl...

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PNC Park

PNC Park,Pittsburgh,PA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/9/2001 (1) Starting Pitchers – Pirates vs. Reds: 4/9/2001 Final Score 8-2 (CIN) Attendance – 36,954 Starting Pitchers Todd Ritchie (PIT); Chris Reitsma...

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PETCO Park

PETCO Park, San Diego, CA. Ball Park First Game Date – 4/8/2004 (1) Starting Pitchers – Padres vs. Giants: 4/8/2004 Final Score 4-3 (SDN) Attendance – 41,400 Starting Pitchers David Wells (SDN); Dustin...

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Safeco Field

Safeco Field,Seattle,WA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 7/17/1999 (3) Starting Pitchers – Mariners vs. Padres: 7/15/1999 Final Score 3-2 (SDN) Attendance – 44,607 Starting Pitchers Jamie Moyer (SEA); Andy Ashby...

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AT&T Park

AT&T Park,San Francisco,CA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/11/2000 (1) Starting Pitchers – Giants vs. Dodgers: 4/11/2000 Final Score 6-5 (LAN) Attendance – 40,930 Starting Pitchers Kirk Rueter (SFN); Chan...

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Busch Stadium III

Busch Stadium III,St. Louis,MO,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/10/2006 (1) Starting Pitchers – Cardinals vs. Brewers: 4/10/2006 Final Score 6-4 (SLN) Attendance – 41,936 Starting Pitchers Mark Mulder (SLN);...

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Tropicana Field

Tropicana Field,St. Petersburg,FL,US Ball Park First Game Date – 3/31/1998 (1) Starting Pitchers – Devil Rays vs. Tigers: 3/31/1998 Final Score 11-6 (DET) Attendance – 45,369 Starting Pitchers Wilson Alvarez...

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Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre,Toronto,ON,CA Ball Park First Game Date – 6/5/1989 (1) Starting Pitchers – Blue Jays vs. Brewers: 6/5/1989 Final Score 5-3 (MIL) Attendance – 48,378 Starting Pitchers Jimmy Key (TOR); Don August...

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Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium,Los Angeles,CA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/10/1962 (1) Starting Pitchers – Dodgers vs. Reds: 4/10/1962 Final Score 6-3 (CIN) Attendance – 52,564 Starting Pitchers Johnny Podres (LAN); Bob...

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Marlins Park

Marlins Park,Miami,FL,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/13/2012 (2) Starting Pitchers – Marlins vs. Cardinals: 4/4/2012 Final Score 4-1 (SLN) Attendance – 36,601 Starting Pitchers Josh Johnson (MIA); Kyle Lohse...

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Miller Park

Miller Park,Milwaukee,WI,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/6/2001 (1) Starting Pitchers – Brewers vs. Reds: 4/6/2001 Final Score 5-4 (MIL) Attendance – 42,024 Starting Pitchers Jeff D’Amico (MIL); Rob Bell...

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Target Field

Target Field,Minneapolis,MN,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/12/2010 (1) Starting Pitchers – Twins vs. Red Sox: 4/12/2012 Final Score 5-2 (MIN) Attendance – 38,145 Starting Pitchers Carl Pavano (MIN); Jon...

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Arlington Stadium

Arlington Stadium,Arlington,TX,US Ball Park First Game Date – 04/21/1972 (1) Starting Pitchers – vs. Angels: 04/21/1972 Final Score 7-6 (TEX) Attendance – 20,105 Starting Pitchers Dick Bosman (TEX); Clyde...

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Citi Field

Citi Field,New York,NY,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/13/2009 (1) Starting Pitchers – Mets vs. Padres: 4/13/2009 Final Score 6-5 (SDN) Attendance – 41,007 Starting Pitchers Mike Pelfrey (NYN); Walter Silva...

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Suntrust Park

Suntrust Park,Atlanta,GA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 03/29/2018 (1) Starting Pitchers – vs. Philies 03/29/2018 Final Score 8-5 (ATL) Attendance – 40,208 Starting Pitchers Aaron Nola (PHI); Julio Teheran...

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Yankee Stadium II

Yankee Stadium II,New York,NY,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/16/2009 (1) Starting Pitchers – Yankees vs. Indians: 4/16/2009 Final Score 10-2 (CLE) Attendance – 48,271 Starting Pitchers CC Sabathia (NYA);...

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Oriole Park at Camden Yards,Baltimore,MD,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/8/1992 (2) Starting Pitchers – Orioles vs. Indians: 4/6/1992 Final Score 2-0 (BAL) Attendance – 44,568 Starting Pitchers Rick Sutcliffe...

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Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum,Oakland,CA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/17/1968 (1) Starting Pitchers – A’s vs. Orioles: 4/17/1968 Final Score 4-1 (BAL) Attendance – 50,164 Starting Pitchers Lew...

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Citizens Bank Park

Citizens Bank Park,Philadelphia,PA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/12/2004 (1) Starting Pitchers – Phillies vs. Reds: 4/12/2004 Final Score 4-1 (CIN) Attendance – 41,626 Starting Pitchers Randy Wolf (PHI);...

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Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field,Chicago,IL,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/23/1914 (1) Starting Pitchers – Chicago Whales vs. Kansas City Packers: 4/23/1914 Final Score 9-1 (CHF) Attendance – 21,000 Starting Pitchers Claude...

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U.S. Cellular Field

U.S. Cellular Field,Chicago,IL,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/18/1991 (1) Starting Pitchers – White Sox vs. Tigers: 4/18/1991 Final Score 16-0 (DET) Attendance – 42,191 Starting Pitchers Jack McDowell (CHA);...

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Great American Ballpark

Great American Ballpark,Cincinnati,OH,US Ball Park First Game Date – 3/31/2003 (1) Starting Pitchers – Reds vs. Pirates: 3/31/2003 Final Score 10-1 (PIT) Attendance – 42,343 Starting Pitchers Jimmy Haynes...

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Progressive Field

Progressive Field,Cleveland,OH,US Ball Park First Game Date – April 4, 1994 Final Score 4-3 (SEA), 11 innings Attendance – 41,459 Starting Pitchers Dennis Martinez (CLE); Randy Johnson (SEA) First Batter – Rich...

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  • Sonny Siebert fires no hitter June 10 1966 Full Radio Broadcast
    On June 10, 1966 At Cleveland Stadium Sonny Siebert pitches a no-hitter against the Washington Senators and Leon Wagner homers off loser Phil Ortega as first-place Cleveland wins, 2 – 0. The right-hander strikes out seven batters, walking only one, in his Cleveland Stadium gem. It will be the only No Hitter of the season.   More information about todays events, players, ball park, date and […]
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