On September 5, 1969, Pittsburgh Pirates hurler Steve Blass collects four hits while pitching the Bucs to a 6-2 win over the Chicago Cubs. Blass gives up only four hits, all stroked by Cubs star Billy Williams. The future Hall of Famer finishes the game with two doubles and two home runs.
Brian Holman of the Seattle Mariners loses his bid for the major league’s 13th perfect game with two outs in the 9th inning
April 20, 1990
September 12, 1984
Melido Perez of the Chicago White Sox pitches a rain-shortened, six-inning no-hitter against the New York Yankees
July 12, 1990
April 25, 1961