Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
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1968 - Present

Oakland, CA
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No-Hitters

5/8/1968: Catfish Hunter (Perfect Game)

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU
Catfish Hunter
9.0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
27
27
0
0
0
7
7
0
2
Opposing Starter: Dave Boswell
Catcher: Jim Pagliaroni
Plate Umpire: Jerry Neudecker
Attendance: 6,298
Time of Game: 2:28
Did You Know?
  • Hunter's perfect game was thrown in the stadium's 11th game, making it the soonest after a ballpark opened that a no-hitter was thrown, and he was the first A's pitcher to throw a no-hitter since Bill McCahan held the Senators hitless on September 3, 1947 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia.
  • This was the first regular season perfect game thrown in the American League since Charlie Robertson hurled one for the White Sox on April 30, 1922 against the Tigers at Navin Field in Detroit and it earned Hunter a $5,000 bonus.
  • The attendance of 6,298 is the lowest of the modern era to witness a perfect game.
  • Hunter went 3 for 4 with a double and drove in three of the A's four runs.
  • This was the second of two no-hitters caught by Jim Pagliaroni (Bill Monbouquette vs. White Sox on August 1, 1962 at Comiskey Park I in Chicago).

9/21/1970: Vida Blue

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU
Vida Blue
9.0
0
0
0
1
9
0
1
28
27
0
0
0
10
8
1
0
Opposing Starter: Jim Perry
Catcher: Gene Tenace
Plate Umpire: Larry Barnett
Attendance: 4,284
Time of Game: 2:21
Did You Know?
  • Vida Blue's no-hitter came in his eighth major league start and is one of two to which he contributed.
  • A walk to Harmon Killebrew in the fourth kept Blue from tossing a perfect game.
  • Blue tossed a one-hitter on September 11 and was a Pat Kelly eighth-inning single from throwing two no-hitters in 10 days.
  • Catcher Gene Tenace was starting only his 32nd major league game and this was the first of two no-hitters he caught (Combined with Ray Fosse vs. Angels on September 28, 1975 at Oakland-Alameda County Stadium in Oakland).

7/30/1973: Jim Bibby

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU
Jim Bibby
9.0
0
0
0
6
13
0
6
33
27
0
0
0
7
7
0
1
Opposing Starter: Vida Blue
Catcher: Dick Billings
Plate Umpire: Art Frantz
Attendance: 21,606
Time of Game: 2:10
Did You Know?
  • Bibby began the season with the St. Louis Cardinals but went 0-2 with a 9.56 ERA in six games before he was traded to Texas on June 6, 1973.
  • In his first 12 appearances with the Rangers, Bibby pitched to a 2.21 ERA and among his wins were a one-hitter and two-hitter before he tossed his no-hitter.
  • After watching Bibby's no-hitter, Texas Rangers owner Bob Short gave Bibby a $5,000 raise.
  • Bibby's career was interrupted from 1966-1967 when he served two years in Vietnam as a truck driver, making him the only no-hit pitcher to have served in Vietnam.

9/28/1975: Vida Blue (5)/Glenn Abbott (1)/Paul Lindblad (1)/Rollie Fingers (2)

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU Entered Exited
Vida Blue
5.0
0
0
0
2
2
0
3
17
15
0
1
1
4
9
1
0
1t start tie 5t 3 out a3
Glenn Abbott
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
6t --- 0 out a3 6t 3 out a3
Paul Lindblad
1.0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
7t --- 0 out a3 7t 3 out a3
Rollie Fingers
2.0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
6
6
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
8t --- 0 out a5 9t end a 5
Opposing Starter: Gary Ross
Catcher: Gene Tenace/Ray Fosse
Plate Umpire: Bill Kunkel
Attendance: 22,131
Time of Game: 1:59
Did You Know?
  • This was the third no-hitter in which more than one pitcher contributed, but the first featuring more than two.
  • It was the last game of the season and Vida Blue was scheduled to go only five innings as a tune-up for the ALCS against the Red Sox.
  • This was the second of two no-hitters caught by Gene Tenace, although he finished the game at first base (Vida Blue vs. Twins at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum).
  • Tenace started behind the plate but was moved to first base in the top of the seventh inning and Ray Fosse became the A's new catcher.
  • It was the fifth and last time through 2019 a catcher didn?t complete a no-hitter he started and is one of five times the starting catcher was either replaced or moved to another position (Walt Tragesser/Hank Gowdy vs. Pirates on June 16, 1916 at Braves Field in Boston; Pinch Thomas/Sam Agnew vs. Senators on June 23, 1917 at Fenway park in Boston; Andy Etchebarren/Larry Haney vs. Tigers on April 30, 1967 at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore; Bill Heath/Gene Oliver vs. Braves on August 19, 1969 at Wrigley Field in Chicago).
  • Reggie Jackson homered twice to raise his total to 36 and tied George Scott for the American League home run title, Jackson's second of four (1973, 1975, 1980, 1982).
  • Among relievers who pitched in a combined no-hitter, Rollie Fingers' 10 wins in 1975 are the most.

7/28/1976: Blue Moon Odom (5)/Francisco Barrios (4)

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU Entered Exited
Blue Moon Odom
5.0
0
1
0
9
3
0
9
22
13
0
2
0
7
3
0
0
1b start tie 6b 1-- 0 out a1
Francisco Barrios
4.0
0
0
0
2
2
0
2
13
11
0
0
0
6
3
0
0
6b 1-- 0 out a1 9b end a 1
Opposing Starter: Mike Torrez
Catcher: Jim Essian
Plate Umpire: Russ Goetz
Attendance: 3,367
Time of Game: 2:31
Did You Know?
  • This was the fourth time two or more pitchers contributed to a no-hitter.
  • Blue Moon Odom walked nine of the 22 batters he faced and his 16.2 walks per 9 innings is the worst among all modern-era no-hit starters.
  • The game was tied 1-1 before Jim Spencer hit a solo homer in the sixth to drive in the eventual game-winning run.
  • This no-hitter came in Odom's second start and fifth appearance with the White Sox after he was traded by the Braves on June 15.
  • He would make only two more starts and one relief appearance in his big league career and finished by allowing 17 hits and 12 earned runs in his final 11 2/3 innings.
  • Among no-hit pitchers, Odom's 63 ERA+ in 1976 is the worst and his 1.8214 WHIP is second worst behind Bobo Holloman's 1.8215 in 1953.

9/29/1983: Mike Warren

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE GB FB LD PU
Mike Warren
9.0
0
0
0
3
5
0
3
29
26
0
0
0
5
16
0
0
Opposing Starter: Britt Burns
Catcher: Mike Heath
Plate Umpire: Marty Springstead
Attendance: 9,058
Time of Game: 2:20
Did You Know?
  • Mike Warren's no-hitter came in just his ninth career start and was his fifth career win.
  • He started only 18 more games in his major league career and recorded only four more wins.
  • The 16 fly outs by the White Sox were a result of them swinging for the fences with the wind blowing out.
  • Warren became the first rookie to toss a no-hitter since Rangers righty Jim Bibby threw one on July 30, 1973 against the A's at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

6/11/1990: Nolan Ryan

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE Pit Str Lk Sw GB FB LD PU
Nolan Ryan
9.0
0
0
0
2
14
0
2
29
27
0
0
0
130
86
18
31
4
9
2
2
Opposing Starter: Scott Sanderson
Catcher: John Russell
Plate Umpire: Don Denkinger
Attendance: 33,436
Time of Game: 2:29
Did You Know?
  • This was Nolan Ryan's sixth of seven career no-hitters (vs. Royals on May 15, 1973 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City; vs. Tigers on July 15, 1973 at Tiger Stadium in Detroit; vs. Twins on September 28, 1974 at Anaheim Stadium; vs. Orioles on June 1, 1975 at Anaheim Stadium; vs. Dodgers on September 26, 1981 at the Astrodome in Houston; vs. Blue Jays on May 1, 1991 at Arlington Stadium).
  • Ryan is the only pitcher to throw a no-hitter for three different teams (Angels, Astros, Rangers) and in three different decades.

7/13/1991: Bob Milacki (6)/Mike Flanagan (1)/Mark Williamson (1)/Gregg Olson (1)

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE Pit Str Lk Sw GB FB LD PU Entered Exited
Bob Milacki
6.0
0
0
0
3
3
0
3
21
18
0
0
0
80
45
10
9
7
8
0
2
1b start tie 6b 3 out a2
Mike Flanagan
1.0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
4
3
0
0
0
12
6
1
0
2
1
0
0
7b --- 0 out a2 7b 3 out a2
Mark Williamson
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
17
9
2
2
2
1
0
1
8b --- 0 out a2 8b 3 out a2
Gregg Olson
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
17
9
2
2
2
1
0
1
9b --- 0 out a2 9b 3 out a2
Opposing Starter: Eric Show
Catcher: Chris Hoiles
Plate Umpire: Chuck Meriwether
Attendance: 40,047
Time of Game: 2:38
Did You Know?
  • This was the second no-hitter in major league history to which four pitchers contributed (Athletics vs. Angels on September 28, 1975 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum).
  • Orioles starter Bob Milacki was pulled from the game after six innings after suffering a hand injury when he stopped a Willie Wilson line shot up the middle with his pitching hand and leg, which caused the ball to ricochet to first baseman Randy Milligan, who stepped on the bag for the out.
  • Milacki walked Dave Henderson, then fanned Jose Canseco to keep the no-hitter intact, but Orioles management thought it best that he come out of the game due to tingling in his fingers.
  • Among pitchers who appeared in relief in a combined no-hitter, Mike Flanagan's 167 career wins are the most.

5/9/2010: Dallas Braden (Perfect Game)

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE Pit Str Lk Sw GB FB LD PU
Dallas Braden
9.0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
27
27
0
0
0
109
77
25
5
7
14
5
3
Opposing Starter: James Shields
Catcher: Rajai Davis
Plate Umpire: Jim Wolf
Attendance: 12,228
Time of Game: 2:07
Did You Know?
  • This was the first of two perfect games thrown in 2010 (Roy Halladay vs. Marlins on May 29, 2010 at Pro Player Stadium in Miami).
  • It was the first time since 1880 that two perfect games were thrown in the same season (Lee Richmond vs. Cleveland Blues on June 12, 1880 at Agricultural County Fairgrounds I in Worcester; Monte Ward vs. Buffalo Bisons on June 17, 1880 at Messer Street Grounds in Providence).
  • It was the second of three seasons in which two perfect games were thrown in the same season (Matt Cain vs. Astros on June 13, 2012 at AT&T Park in San Francisco; Felix Hernandez vs. Rays on August 15, 2012 at Safeco Field in Seattle).

4/21/2018: Sean Manaea

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE Pit Str Lk Sw GB FB LD PU
Sean Manaea
9.0
0
0
0
2
10
0
3
30
28
0
0
1
108
75
19
14
9
9
2
5
Opposing Starter: Chris Sale
Catcher: Jonathan Lucroy
Plate Umpire: Hunter Wendelstedt
Attendance: 25,746
Time of Game: 2:16
Did You Know?
  • This was the first of three no-hitters thrown in 2018 and all three were thrown in different countries.
  • Manaea's was thrown at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum; four Los Angeles Dodgers combined to no-hit the San Diego Padres at Estadio Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico on May 4, 2018; Canadian native James Paxton no-hit the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario on May 8, 2018.

5/7/2019: Mike Fiers

Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO HBP BR BF AB IBB GDP ROE Pit Str Lk Sw GB FB LD PU
Mike Fiers
9.0
0
0
0
2
6
0
3
29
27
0
1
1
131
83
24
10
10
11
0
4
Opposing Starter: Tyler Mahle
Catcher: Tucker Barnhart
Plate Umpire: Mark Ripperger
Attendance: 11,794
Time of Game: 2:25
Did You Know?
  • This was the second of two career no-hitters thrown by Mike Fiers (vs. Dodgers on August 21, 2015 at Minute Maid Park in Houston) and is considered by many to be the 300th in MLB history, but it depends on which camp you're in--those who recognize Joe Borden's National Association no-hitter in 1875 as the first (vs. Chicago White Stockings on July 28, 1875 at Jefferson Street Grounds in Philadelphia) or those who recognize George Bradley's National League no-hitter in 1876 as the first (vs. Hartford Dark Blues on July 15, 1876 at Grand Avenue Park in St. Louis).
  • Major League Baseball's Special Baseball Records Committee (SBRC) ruled in 1968-1969 that the National Association would no longer be recognized as a major league, although it's still recognized as the first professional baseball league.
  • The reported attendance of 11,794 was the smallest crowd to see a no-hitter since September 11, 1999 when Minnesota's Eric Milton threw a no-hitter against the Angels at Hubert H. Humphry Metrodome in Minneapolis in front of 11,222 attendees.
  • Among pitchers where pitch counts are known, Mike Fiers is the only one to throw 130 pitches or more in both of his no-hitters.
  • Through 2020, Fiers has only two career complete games and is the only pitcher in MLB history to record no-hitters in his first two complete games.
  • Fiers? 6.81 season ERA entering the game is the highest for any pitcher at the time of his no-hitter--with a minimum of 25 innings--since ERA became an official statistic in 1913.
  • The no-hitter was almost broken up twice in consecutive at-bats in the sixth inning, but second baseman Jurickson Profar made a diving catch in short right field to rob Kyle Farmer of a hit, then center fielder Ramon Laureano robbed Joey Votto of a home run to end the inning and preserve the no-hitter.