On June 3, 1989 — Texas Rangers Nolan Ryan pitches his 11th career one-hitter, beating the  Seattle Mariners, 6-1. The Alvin, Texas native breaks Bob Feller’s record of 15 low-hit games, having now thrown a combination of 16 no-hit and one-hit games.

Seattle’s lone run came from a leadoff single in the bottom of the first by Harold Reynolds, he stole second and reached third on an error. He came in on a sacrifice fly. The Rangers themselves only manged 4 hits in the 6-1 victory scoring 3 unearned runs.

 

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