On June 9, 2015 — In front of a dwindling crowd, made up of mostly remaining Giants fans, Chris Heston strikes out the side in the ninth inning to finish the season’s first no-hitter, a 5-0 Giants’ victory over the Mets at Citi Field. The no-no thrown by the 27 year-old rookie right-hander, making just his 13th career start, is the 17th in franchise history and marks the fourth straight season the feat has been accomplished by a San Francisco hurler, with Matt Cain (2012) and Tim Lincecum (2013 and 2014) throwing complete games without yielding a hit during the past three years.

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