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Johnson pitched his hitless games on June 2, 1990 for Seattle and May 18, 2004 for Arizona while Nomo did it on September 17, 1996 for the Dodgers and April 4, 2001 for the Red Sox.
He went hitless in his last 12 at-bats in the 1934 Fall Classic against the Cardinals and in his first 19 ABs in the 1935 Series against the Cubs.
Oregon went hitless in the first four innings for the third straight game and finished with six hits, giving the Ducks 11 in three games against the Bears.
Worcester starter Shawn Gilblair held the Capitales hitless through 3-1/3 innings.
Player-manager Atsuya Furuta went hitless, but guided the Yakult Swallows to a 4-3 win over the Hanshin Tigers on Friday, the opening day for the Central League.
As a rookie with the Pirates, Barry Bonds had an 0-for-22 hitless streak, and a 1987 article in the Pittsburgh Press described him "sobbing at his locker, perplexed and defeated by his first slump."
Ryan Patel worked a hitless seventh to pick up a save.
The sophomore center fielder was hitless in his first five at-bats before stepping to the plate in the bottom of the 13th inning Saturday, but that didn't prevent Hendrix from delivering the game-winning RBI single that lifted Oregon State to a 1-0 victory over Stanford in front of 2,758 in Pac-12 baseball at Goss Stadium.
PITTSFIELD - The Tornadoes rallied for five runs with two outs in the fifth, turning a 5-4 deficit into a four-run lead, and then cruised to their second straight victory, 11-5, with four Worcester relievers holding the Pittsfield Colonials hitless over the final five innings.
Newsom worked 9.2 hitless innings, lost on one hit in 10th) * Johnny Vander Meer, Reds 6-0 * Cliff Chambers, Pirates 3-0 * Johnny Klippstein/Hershell Freeman/Joe Black, Reds 1-2 (Klippstein pitched 7 innings, Freeman worked one inning and Black threw 1.2 innings before surrendering one hit in 10th and Reds lost on three hits in 11th.) * Don Wilson, Astros 4-0 * Jim Palmer, Orioles 8-0 * Bill Stoneman, Expos 7-0 * Nolan Ryan, Angels 4-0 Pitcher(s), Team Date * Steve Barber/Stu Miller, Orioles April 30, 1967 (Barber pitched 8.2 innings, Miller worked the final 0.1) * Jim Maloney, Reds (10 innings) August 19, 1965 * John Odom/Francisco Barrios, White Sox July 28, 1976 * A.J.
The 24-year-old left-hander has retired 22 of 24 batters he has faced this season (with 2 walks), extending his personal hitless streak to 7?
Zack Reser earned the victory in relief for the Beavers, pitching a hitless eighth, and Max Engelbrekt struck out two and allowed one hit in the ninth to earn the save.