On June 15, 1938, The first night game was played At Ebbets Field in front of 38,748 fans including Babe Ruth. Johnny Vander Meer was the starting pitcher for the visiting Cincinnati Reds. He was coming off a 3-0 No hitter vs the Boston Bees on June 11th.
Vander Meer walks eight but allows no hits and no runs in a 6-0 win over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Vander Meer strikes out seven and walks eight, including three one-out walks in the 9th inning. A force at home and a fly ball ended the game.

He becomes the first and only pitcher in major league history to pitch two consecutive no-hitters just 5 days apart.