On April 15, 1987, Juan Nieves pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the Milwaukee Brewers. Nieves strikes out seven in shutting down the Baltimore Orioles, 7-0. Glenn Braggs, Greg Brock, and Dale Sveum support Nieves with home runs.
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Dodger right-hander Fred Frankhouse holds the Reds hitless for 7.2 innings before a heavy downpour ends the Ebbets Field contest permanently. The right-hander’s 5-0 victory will be one of the 31 “no-no’s” erased when MLB redefines a no-hitter in 1991 as a game in which a pitcher throws nine innings or more without giving up a hit.
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