On May 10, 1909, Organized Baseball’s longest no-hitter takes place as minor league pitcher Fred Toney hurls a 17-inning no-hitter for Winchester of the Blue Grass League. Toney strikes out 19 batters and walks only one in shutting down, Lexington’s starter, Baker, only allows seven hits. 1-0. A squeeze play ends the game. Toney will earn a promotion to the major leagues in two years.