Every MLB team's most recent no-hitter

There have been 297 no-hitters in MLB history, and that number is growing.

In 2018 there have been three no-nos, and many more attempts have gotten close to being penned in baseball’s record books.

Below you’ll find a list of every team’s most recent no-hitter and other historical information.

No-hitter vs. perfect game

A perfect game only comes to be when the pitcher doesn’t allow a single baserunner in the game, while in a no-hitter baserunners are allowed, by walk, hit by pitch, error and so forth. A perfect game is 27 batters up, 27 batters down. Every perfect game is a no-hitter, but not every no-hitter is a perfect game.

Postseason no-hitters

In baseball history, there have only been two no-hitters thrown in the postseason.

The first was Don Larsen’s perfect game for the Yankees against the Dodgers on Oct. 8, 1956, in Game 5 of the World Series.

Roy Halladay joined Larsen as the second man to throw a no-hitter in the postseason when he no-hit the Cincinnati Reds for the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2010 NLDS.

Most recent no-hitters

Arizona Diamondbacks

Edwin Jackson

June 25, 2010Tampa Bay Rays
Atlanta Braves

Kent Mercker

April 8, 1994Los Angeles Dodgers
Baltimore Orioles

Bob Milacki (6 IP)
Mike Flanagan (1 IP)
Mark Williamson (1 IP)
Gregg Olson (1 IP)

July 13, 1991Oakland Athletics
Boston Red Sox

Jon Lester

May 19, 2008Kansas City Royals

Chicago Cubs

Jake ArrietaApril 21, 2016Cincinnati Reds

Chicago White Sox

Philip HumberApril 21, 2012Seattle Mariners

Cincinnati Reds

Homer BaileyJuly 3, 2013San Francisco Giants

Cleveland Indians

Len BarkerMay 15, 1981Toronto Blue Jays

Colorado Rockies

Ubaldo JimenezApril 17, 2010Atlanta Braves

Detroit Tigers

Justin VerlanderMay 7, 2011Toronto Blue Jays

Houston Astros

Mike FiersAug. 21, 2015Los Angeles Dodgers

Kansas City Royals

Brett SaberhagenAug. 26, 1991Chicago White Sox

Los Angeles Angels

Taylor Cole (2 IP)
Félix Peña (7 IP)

July 12, 2019Seattle Mariners
Los Angeles Dodgers

Walker Buehler (6 IP)
Tony Cingrani (1 IP)
Yimi Garcia (1 IP)
Adam Liberatore (1 IP)

May 4, 2018San Diego Padres

Miami Marlins

Edinson VólquezJune 3, 2017Arizona Diamondbacks

Milwaukee Brewers

Juan NievesApril 15, 1987Baltimore Orioles

Minnesota Twins

Francisco LirianoMay 3, 2011Chicago White Sox

New York Mets

Johan SantanaJune 1, 2012St. Louis Cardinals

New York Yankees

David ConeJuly 18, 1999Montreal Expos

Oakland Athletics

Mike FiersMay 7, 2019Cincinnati Reds

Philadelphia Phillies

Cole HamelsJuly 25, 2015Chicago Cubs
Pittsburgh Pirates

Francisco Córdova (9 IP)
Ricardo Rincón (1 IP)

July 12, 1997Houston Astros

San Francisco Giants

Chris HestonJune 9, 2015New York Mets

Seattle Mariners

James PaxtonMay 8, 2018

Toronto Blue Jays

St. Louis CardinalsBud SmithSept. 3, 2001

San Diego Padres

Tampa Bay RaysMatt GarzaJuly 26, 2010

Detroit Tigers

Texas RangersKenny RogersJuly 28, 1994

California Angels

Toronto Blue Jays

Dave Stieb​

Sept. 2, 1990Cleveland Indians
Washington Nationals

Max Scherzer​

Oct. 3, 2015New York Mets

Bold lettering denotes a perfect game.

The San Diego Padres have yet to pitch a no-hitter.

No-hitters by team

TeamNumber of no-hitters
Los Angeles Dodgers26
Boston Red Sox18
Chicago White Sox18
San Francisco Giants17
Cincinnati Reds16
Chicago Cubs15
Atlanta Braves14
Cleveland Indians14
Philadelphia Phillies13
Oakland Athletics13
Houston Astros11
New York Yankees11
Los Angeles Angels11
St. Louis Cardinals9
Detroit Tigers7
Washington Nationals7
Pittsburgh Pirates6
Miami Marlins6
Seattle Mariners6
Baltimore Orioles (modern)5
Minnesota Twins5
Texas Rangers5
Kansas City Royals4
Louisville Colonels4
Philadelphia Athletics4
Baltimore Orioles (old)3
Arizona Diamondbacks2
Buffalo Bisons2
Columbus Buckeyes2
Providence Grays2
Brooklyn Tip-Tops1
Chicago Chi-Feds/Whales1
Cincinnati Outlaw Reds1
Cleveland Blues1
Cleveland Spiders1
Colorado Rockies1
Kansas City Cowboys1
Kansas City Packers1
Milwaukee Brewers (old)1
Milwaukee Brewers (modern)1
New York Mets1
Pittsburgh Rebels1
Rochester Broncos1
Tampa Bay Rays1
Toronto Blue Jays1

Italic lettering indicates defunct franchises.

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