On May 14, 1914 — Jim Scott of the Chicago White Sox pitches a no-hitter for nine innings, then loses to the Senators, 1 – 0, in the 10th. The first hit is batted by Chick Gandil, who scores the winning run on Howie Shanks’ single. It is the first of a three nine-inning no-hitters that White Sox catcher Ray Schalk will catch in his 17 years with the team.

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Baseball Reference May 14