Mal Eason no-hits the second-division Cardinals at Robison Field, 2-0

Jul 20, 1906 | No Hitters

On July 20, 1906 — At St. Louis, 27 year-old Brooklyn Superbas right-hander Mal Eason no-hits the second-division St Louis Cardinals at Robison Field, 2-0. The ‘Kid’ was the losing pitcher when Phillies southpaw Johnny Lush pitched a no-hitter against the Superbas in May.  Eason walks 3 and strikes out 5. This will be Eason’s last season as an active player: he will become a National League umpire.


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