New York was managed by George Stallings and Hal Chase. Their home games were played at Hilltop Park. The alternate and equally unofficial nickname, "Yankees", was being used more and more frequently by the media.
August 30, 1910: Tom Hughes threw nine no-hit innings against the Cleveland Naps, but the game was tied 0–0, so the game went to extra innings. Hughes gave up a hit with one out in the tenth, then wound up giving up five runs in the eleventh to lose the game, 5–0. The franchise would wait another seven years for their first official no-hitter.