Sunday, June 10, 2012
This baseball season we've already seen a few no-hitters. But no-hitters aren't always that easy to come by. In the modern era, the longest amount of time between two MLB no-hitters is 3 years and 44 days (between Bobby Burke's on August 8, 1931, and Paul "Daffy" Dean's on September 21, 1934). However, the greatest number of games between no-hitters is 6,364--this drought began right after Randy Johnson's perfect game on May 18, 2004. Can you name the pitcher who threw the no-hitter to end this drought?