That was Dwight Gooden's no hitter of the Seattle Mariners on May 14, 1996 at Yankee Stadium. Gooden's father underwent successful heart surgery the next day.
He threw down Yankee bench coach Don Zimmer
Jon Lester threw the last Red Sox no hitter.
Don Larsen threw the only no hitter AND perfect game in World Series history in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers starting pitcher that day was Sal Maglie.
The first CWS no-hitter was thrown by University of Texas, pitcher, Jim Ehrler against the University of Massachusetts on June 19, 1950.
Only one no-hitter has been thrown in MLB playoff history. Don Larsen in 1956 threw a perfect game 27 up 27 down in the World Series.
Here's a sentence using threw as a verb: I threw the baseball toward the hitter.
It is my understanding that Don Larson's 1956 perfect game was the only no-hitter ever pitched in a World Series game. Don Larsen's perfect game on October 8, 1956 is the only no hitter in the history of the World Series. There has been only one no hitter in World Series history and that was in 1956 when Don Larsen of the New York Yankees threw a perfect game against the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Yes. 1) 1904 Boston Americans (now Red Sox): Cy Young threw a perfect game and Jesse Tannehill threw a no-hitter. 2) 1908 Cleveland Naps (now Indians): Addie Joss threw a perfect game and Bob Rhoads threw a no-hitter. 3) 2010 Philadelphia Phillies: Roy Halladay threw both a perfect game and no-hitter. The no-hitter came in the playoffs.
Don Larsen of the New York Yankees in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers.