On May 2, 1984 — At Comiskey Park, Former Yankee Farm Hand LaMarr Hoyt faces 27 batters in a 3 – 0, one-hit shutout against the New York Yankees. Hoyt fired just 101 pitches. Don Mattingly has the only hit for New York, an opposite-field blooper in the 7th inning, that caught the swirling wind. Jerry Dybzinski said,that was about as fast as I could run and had an angle but the ball started to descend before I could get there.”

Steve Kemp followed with a comebacker to Hoyt and he turned a double play.

Hoyt punched out 8 and walked none, and never went to a three-ball count on one batter. He threw 20 first-pitch strikes to the 27 batters he faced. Carlton Fisk said it was the best game he ever caught.  “I never caught a no-hitter but tonight would have been the night.”