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Bumpus Jones of the Cincinnati Reds threw a no hitter on October 15, 1892 in his first major league game.
The first Major League perfect game was pitched by Lee Richmond on June 12, 1880.
Noodles Hahn of the Cincinnati Reds threw the first no hitter of the modern era on July 12, 1900. The first no hitter on record, not recognized by Major League Baseball was thrown by Joe Borden on July 28, 1875 for the Philadelphia White Stockings.
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On April 6, 1973, Ron Blomberg of the Yankees became the first designated hitter in Major League Baseball history, against Red Sox right-hander Luis Tiant. He walked.
Frank Lary of the Detroit Tigers with 21 wins and 294 innings pitched.
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.
Yes. He even pitched a no-hitter in his first start (see: http://www.cityofhawthorne.com/about/welcome/jim_thorpe.asp ).
Johnnie Williams, born in Honolulu, who pitched in 4 games for the Detroit Tigers in 1914.
No, this isn't possible. If the first batter gets a hit, the game can't be a no-hitter.
The first major league in baseball was the National Association whose first year was 1871.
In MLB, that was Masanori Murakami who pitched for the San Francisco Giants in 1964 and 1965. He was born in Otsuki, Japan.
There have been 20 perfect games in the MLB, including Dallas Braden's (OAK) and Roy Halladay's (PHI) perfect games in May 2010. This was the first time in major league baseball that two perfect games were pitched in a single season.There have been 266 no-hitters since 1875. There have also been 9 combined no hitters, where multiple pitchers keep a no-hitter. Nolan Ryan holds the record for most career no-hitters at 7.
Bumpus Jones of the Cincinnati Reds is the only pitcher to have thrown a no hitter in his first MLB game. The date was October 15, 1892 and he no hit the Pittsburgh Pirates, winning 7-1. Jones pitched seven more games in the 1893 season and then was out of baseball for good. There have been two other pitchers that have thrown no hitters in their first MLB start. Bobo Holloman of the 1953 St. Louis Browns threw a no hitter in his first major league start on May 6, 1953 against the Philadelphia Athletics, winning 6-0. Holloman made his MLB debut in relief earlier on April 18 of 1953 and had pitched four games in relief before pitching his no hitter. Holloman also went 2 for 3 with a sacrifice bunt and 3 RBIs in the game. Holloman's only season in MLB was 1953. Ted Breitenstein of the St. Louis Browns of the American Association threw a no hitter in his first start on October 4, 1891 against the Louisville Colonels. He had pitched 19 innings in relief before getting his first start. Breitenstein pitched for 11 years in MLB and threw four no hitters.
05-29-1962, Buck O'Neil was the first major league baseball coach
Mickey Mantle was the first switch hitter to win the AL MVP. The year was 1956.
the first year of the all american girls professional baseball league is in 1998
When the hitter is either hit by the pitched ball, or if the pitcher throws four balls in a row, then the batter may proceed to go to first base because he has been walked.
Paul Sorrento has: Played Himself - Seattle Mariners First Baseman in "Sunday Night Baseball" in 1990. Played Himself - Tampa Bay Devil Rays Designated Hitter in "Sunday Night Baseball" in 1990. Played Himself - Cleveland Indians First Baseman in "Sunday Night Baseball" in 1990. Played Himself - Minnesota Twins Designated Hitter in "Sunday Night Baseball" in 1990. Played Himself - Cleveland Indians Designated Hitter in "Sunday Night Baseball" in 1990. Played Himself - Minnesota Twins Pinch Hitter in "1991 American League Championship Series" in 1991. Played Himself - Cleveland Indians First Baseman in "1995 American League Championship Series" in 1995.
MLB The first year of the National League was 1876. The first year of the American League was 1901. The first year of the National Football League was 1920.
The baseball cleat was first used in 1966 in baseball but they used it first in the Super Bowl
The first latin major league baseball player was Louis Castro.
The first year of play for the National League was 1876.
in 1858 the first baseball league was created but it wasnt until 1869 that it allowed professional baseball there were many failed attempts but the National League was founded in 1876 and the American League started in 1901 they played the first world sereis in 1903
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