Through the 2008 season, no Rockies pitcher has thrown a no-hitter.
Mickey Mantle was the first switch hitter to win the AL MVP. The year was 1956.
a pitcher getting a no hitter
George Mogridge threw the first no hitter for the Yankees on April 24, 1917.
No, this isn't possible. If the first batter gets a hit, the game can't be a no-hitter.
Ed Walsh. The first no hitter thrown at Comiskey was thrown by White Sox pitcher Ed Walsh against the Boston Red Sox on August 27, 1911.
First no-hitter - George W. Bradley - St. Louis Browns - July 15, 1876 First A.L. no-hitter - Nixey Callahan - Chicago White Sox - September 20, 1902
Bob "Death To Flying Things" Ferguson, played in the first ever professional League, the National Association in 1871 and was a switch hitter. He also played in the National League during its inagural season.
The first switch hitter to lead MLB in RBIs was New York Giants shortstop George Davis, who had 136 RBIs in 1897. Of course, there wasn't an American League at that time. The only switch hitter, after 1901 and the birth of the American League, to lead MLB in RBIs was Mickey Mantle who had 130 in 1956.
Lee Richmond of the Worcester Ruby Legs on 6/12/1880, and it was a good one - it was also the first perfect game.
The first CWS no-hitter was thrown by University of Texas, pitcher, Jim Ehrler against the University of Massachusetts on June 19, 1950.
Cy Young. Young's no hitter, a perfect game, came against the Philadelphia Athetics on May 5, 1904.
Jack Kralick against the Kansas City Athletics on August 26, 1962.
Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees. He hit his 500th HR in the 1967 season. Through the 2008 season, the only other switch hitter with 500+ HRs is Eddie Murray who got his 500th in the 1996 season. Of current players, Chipper Jones is the switch hitter with the most HRs at 408.
Ublado Jiemenz of the Colorado Rockies achieving an ERA of 0.70 and pitching the first no hitter in the history of the Rockies.
Starting Pitcher, Relief Pitcher, Closing Pitcher, Catcher, First Base, Second Base, Short Stop, Third Base, Left Field, Right Field, Center Field, (Designated Hitter A.L. Only)
Yes. Either the pitcher or the batter may be substituted for at any point in the at-bat. Only if it is not the first hitter that pitcher is facing, if it is the first batter he faces, he must pitch the entire at-bat unless injured, then he may be removed from the game
Ripper Collins of the St. Louis Cardinals with 35 in the 1934 season.
That was Giants and Cardinals second baseman Frankie Frisch who was elected to the HOF in 1947.
That was Charles Ferguson who no hit the Providence Grays on August 29, 1885 winning 1-0.