On July 3, 1970, Clyde Wright of the California Angels pitches a no-hitter against the Oakland A’s immediately after being inducted into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame. Wright, who won only one game in 1969, shuts down the A’s after being honored in pre-game ceremonies at Anaheim Stadium. Reggie Jackson comes closest to breaking up Wright’s no-hitter, with a 400-foot blast that is caught in center field by Jay Johnstone.