List of Pacific Coast League no-hitters

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Doc Newton pitched the first no-hitter in PCL history on November 8, 1903, with the Los Angeles Angels.

Since the Pacific Coast League (PCL) was established in 1903, its pitchers have pitched 167 no-hitters, which includes 10 perfect games. Of these no-hitters, 102 were pitched in games that lasted at least the full nine innings, while 65 were pitched in games shortened due to weather or that were played in doubleheaders. Only three of the league's ten perfect games were tossed in full nine-inning games. Nine no-hitters, including one perfect game, were combined—thrown by two or more pitchers on the same team.

An official no-hit game occurs when a pitcher (or pitchers) allows no hits during the entire course of a game, regardless of the number of innings thrown by the pitcher(s). In a no-hit game, a batter may still reach base via a walk, an error, a fielder's choice, a hit by pitch, a passed ball or wild pitch on strike three, or catcher's interference.[1] Also, due to these methods of reaching base, it is possible for a team to score runs without getting any hits. While the vast majority of no-hitters are shutouts, no-hit teams have managed to score runs in their respective games eight times.

Nine players have thrown multiple no-hitters. The pitcher who holds the record for the shortest time between no-hitters is Tom Drees, the only pitcher in PCL history to throw no-hitters in consecutive starts, while playing for the Vancouver Canadians in 1989. Drees threw a third no-hitter that season giving him the most PCL no-hitters in a single season and in a career. Besides Drees, Alan Foster (in 1967) is the only other PCL pitcher to throw two no-hitters in the same regular season. Other pitchers with two no-hitters are Roger Bowman, Eli Cates, Dick Estelle, Charles Fanning, Charley Hall, Sam McDowell, and Elmer Singleton.

The team with the most no-hitters is the Portland Beavers, with 21, one of which was a perfect game. They are followed by the Oakland Oaks (17 no-hitters, one a perfect game) and the Tacoma Tigers/Giants/Twins/Yankees/Rainiers (12 no-hitters, one a perfect game). The team with the most perfect games is the Nashville Sounds, with two. Of the three nine-inning perfect games in the league's history two were thrown by Nashville.

No-hitters[edit]

Key
#
A running total of the number of PCL no-hitters
Pitcher (#)
A number following a pitcher's name indicates multiple no-hitters thrown.
Score
Game score with no-hitter team's runs listed first
Inn.
The length of the game in innings
IP
Innings pitched
Perfect game
Indicates a perfect game
Al Carson threw a no-hitter for the Portland Beavers on July 22, 1909.
Spec Harkness' no-hitter on August 15, 1909, for the Portland Beavers came about three weeks after Portland's last no-hit game.
Frank Miller of the San Francisco Seals pitched a no-hit game on August 20, 1910.
Vean Gregg pitched a no-hitter on September 2, 1910, for the Portland Beavers.
Harry Suter pitched a no-hitter on April 25, 1911, as a member of the San Francisco Seals.
Harry Ables of the Oakland Oaks pitched a no-hitter on June 13, 1911.
George Boehler threw a no-hit game for the Oakland Oaks on May 28, 1925.
Joe Berry of the Los Angeles Angels pitched a no-hitter on July 10, 1938.
Ad Liska tossed a no-hit game on April 21, 1946, for the Portland Beavers.
Tommy Bridges of the Portland Beavers pitched a no-hitter on April 20, 1947.
John Halama pitched the first nine-inning perfect game in PCL history on July 7, 2001, with the Tacoma Rainiers.
Chris Smith of the Nashville Sounds threw the first six innings in a combined no-hitter on June 7, 2017 (shown).
No-hitters
# Date Pitcher Team Score Opponent Inn. Ref.
1 November 8, 1903 Doc Newton Los Angeles Angels 2–0 Oakland Oaks 9
2 July 13, 1904 Frank Barber San Francisco Seals 1–0 Oakland Oaks 9
3 April 5, 1905 Charley Hall (1) Seattle Indians 6–0 Oakland Oaks 9
4 July 16, 1905 Jimmy Whalen San Francisco Seals 2–0 Seattle Indians 7
5 November 18, 1905 Bobby Keefe Tacoma Tigers 3–0 Oakland Oaks 9
6 May 12, 1906 Charley Hall (2) Seattle Indians 2–0 Oakland Oaks 9
7 September 2, 1906 Eli Cates (1) Oakland Oaks 7–0 Fresno Raisin Eaters 9
8 October 13, 1906 Fred Brown San Francisco Seals 3–0 Oakland Oaks 9
9 June 16, 1907 Bob Groom Portland Beavers 1–0 Los Angeles Angels 9
10 June 25, 1907 Eli Cates (2) Oakland Oaks 2–1 Portland Beavers 9
11 April 16, 1909 Elmer Koestner Los Angeles Angels 4–0 San Francisco Seals 9
12 May 12, 1909 Jimmy Wiggs Oakland Oaks 3–0 San Francisco Seals 9
13 July 5, 1909 Frank Browning San Francisco Seals 3–0 Sacramento Sacts 9
14 July 22, 1909 Al Carson Portland Beavers 1–0 Los Angeles Angels 10
15 August 15, 1909 Spec Harkness Portland Beavers 11–0 Vernon Tigers 6
16 August 20, 1910 Frank Miller San Francisco Seals 3–1 Vernon Tigers 9
17 September 2, 1910 Vean Gregg Portland Beavers 2–0 Los Angeles Angels 9
18 October 16, 1910 Frank Arellanes Sacramento Sacts 0–2 Vernon Tigers 8
19 April 25, 1911 Harry Suter San Francisco Seals 1–0 Oakland Oaks 9
20 June 13, 1911 Harry Ables Oakland Oaks 2–1 Los Angeles Angels 9
21 July 5, 1911 Ferdinand Henkel Portland Beavers 1–0 Sacramento Sacts 9
22 May 21, 1912 Red Toner San Francisco Seals 2–0 Portland Beavers 9
23 June 30, 1912 Bill Malarkey Oakland Oaks 0–0 San Francisco Seals 10
24 May 18, 1913 Jack Ryan Los Angeles Angels 6–0 Portland Beavers 9
25 June 15, 1913 Bill James Portland Beavers 0–0 Los Angeles Angels 6
26 July 19, 1914 Roy Hitt Venice Tigers 2–0 San Francisco Seals 9
27 September 20, 1914 Johnny Lush Portland Beavers 0–1 Venice Tigers 9
28 October 16, 1914 Rube Evans Portland Beavers 3–0 Oakland Oaks 9
29 October 25, 1914 Charles Fanning (1) San Francisco Seals 7–0 Portland Beavers 9
30 July 25, 1915 Bill Piercy Vernon Tigers 3–0 Oakland Oaks 9
31 June 4, 1916 Bill Prough[b] Oakland Oaks 1–0 San Francisco Seals 18
32 June 23, 1916 Charles Fanning (2) San Francisco Seals 4–1 Vernon Tigers 9
33 April 15, 1917 Chief Johnson Vernon Tigers 6–0 Portland Beavers 9
34 July 25, 1919 Suds Sutherland Portland Beavers 11–0 San Francisco Seals 9
35 August 19, 1919 Cy Falkenberg Oakland Oaks 6–0 Seattle Indians 9
36 July 23, 1921 Charles Schorr Seattle Indians 6–0 Los Angeles Angels 6
37 September 21, 1922 Wheezer Dell Vernon Tigers 7–0 Oakland Oaks 9
38 April 14, 1923 Jim Scott San Francisco Seals 5–0 Oakland Oaks 9
39 May 28, 1925 George Boehler Oakland Oaks 0–2 Sacramento Senators 10
40 May 20, 1928 Claude Davenport Mission Reds 4–0 Los Angeles Angels 7
41 July 22, 1928 Jack Knight Portland Beavers 5–0 Oakland Oaks 9
42 October 5, 1929 Herman Pillette Mission Reds 4–0 Seattle Indians 9
43 May 14, 1930 Jimmy Zinn San Francisco Seals 8–0 Sacramento Senators 9
44 June 6, 1931 Willie Ludolph Oakland Oaks 5–0 Mission Reds 9
45 June 12, 1931 Mal Moss Los Angeles Angels 5–1 Sacramento Senators 9
46 May 5, 1932 Tony Freitas Sacramento Senators 2–0 Oakland Oaks 9
47 August 18, 1933 Ed Walsh Oakland Oaks 5–0 San Francisco Seals 7
48 July 4, 1937 Tiny Bonham Oakland Oaks 2–0 Seattle Indians 7
49 July 10, 1938 Joe Berry Los Angeles Angels 4–0 Oakland Oaks 7
50 August 30, 1938 Dick Ward San Diego Padres 4–0[c] Los Angeles Angels 16
51 April 12, 1942 Hal Turpin Seattle Rainiers 2–0 San Diego Padres 9
52 May 31, 1943 Cotton Pippen Perfect game Oakland Oaks 10–0 Sacramento Solons 7
53 May 7, 1944 Jorge Comellas Los Angeles Angels 2–0 San Francisco Seals 7
54 July 19, 1944 Manny Salvo Oakland Oaks 2–0 Sacramento Solons 9
55 April 4, 1946 Joe Demoran Seattle Rainiers 3–0 Los Angeles Angels 9
56 April 21, 1946 Ad Liska Portland Beavers 1–0 Hollywood Stars 7
57 May 31, 1946 Garth Mann Sacramento Solons 1–0 Seattle Rainiers 9
58 April 20, 1947 Tommy Bridges Portland Beavers 2–0 San Francisco Seals 9
59 May 15, 1948 Dick Barrett Perfect game Seattle Rainiers 3–0 Sacramento Solons 7
60 May 27, 1951 Paul Calvert Seattle Rainiers 4–0 Sacramento Solons 9
61 September 7, 1951 Warren Hacker Los Angeles Angels 4–0 Seattle Rainiers 9
62 April 24, 1952 Elmer Singleton (1) San Francisco Seals 0–1[d] Sacramento Solons 13
63 May 1, 1952 Hal Gregg Oakland Oaks 3–0 Portland Beavers 7
64 July 3, 1952 Roger Bowman (1) Oakland Oaks 3–0 Hollywood Stars 9
65 June 7, 1953 Joe Hatten Los Angeles Angels 6–0 San Diego Padres 7
66 July 4, 1953 Red Munger Hollywood Stars 1–0 Sacramento Solons 7
67 August 25, 1953 James Atkins Oakland Oaks 2–0 San Francisco Seals 7
68 August 3, 1954 Bubba Church Los Angeles Angels 3–0 Portland Beavers 7
69 August 17, 1954 Bob Alexander Portland Beavers 3–0 Oakland Oaks 7
70 September 12, 1954 Roger Bowman (2)Perfect game Hollywood Stars 10–0 Portland Beavers 7
71 July 21, 1955 George Piktuzis Los Angeles Angels 2–1 San Francisco Seals 9
72 July 24, 1955 Elmer Singleton (2) Seattle Rainiers 2–0 San Diego Padres 7
73 July 26, 1955 Chris Van Cuyk Oakland Oaks 2–0 Los Angeles Angels 7
74 April 27, 1958 Dick Hanlon Spokane Indians 1–0 Vancouver Mounties 7
75 June 22, 1958 Bud Watkins Sacramento Solons 0–4 Phoenix Giants 8
76 May 7, 1959 Russ Heman San Diego Padres 2–0 Vancouver Mounties 9
77 May 13, 1959 George Perez Salt Lake City Bees 7–0 Sacramento Solons 9
78 May 26, 1959 Dick Stigman San Diego Padres 1–0[e] Salt Lake City Bees 15
79 June 20, 1959 Winston Brown Sacramento Solons 10–0 Vancouver Mounties 9
80 August 18, 1959 Mark Freeman Seattle Rainiers 3–0 Vancouver Mounties 9
81 July 27, 1961 Sam McDowell (1) Salt Lake City Bees 1–0 Spokane Indians 7
82 August 26, 1961 Al Worthington San Diego Padres 5–0 Hawaii Islanders 9
83 August 14, 1962 Sammy Ellis San Diego Padres 4–0 Tacoma Giants 9
84 August 26, 1962 Dick LeMay Tacoma Giants 4–0 Vancouver Mounties 7
85 July 6, 1963 Bob Radovich Spokane Indians 18–0 Hawaii Islanders 9
86 August 23, 1963 Gerry Nelson Oklahoma City 89ers 9–1 Salt Lake City Bees 9
87 September 1, 1963 Jerry Thomas Tacoma Giants 1–0 Denver Bears 7
88 April 23, 1964 Bill Singer Spokane Indians 3–0 Dallas Rangers 7
89 May 6, 1964 Sam McDowell (2) Portland Beavers 8–0 Salt Lake City Bees 9
90 June 22, 1964 Dick Estelle (1) Tacoma Giants 2–0 Denver Bears 9
91 June 24, 1964 Jay Hook Denver Bears 1–2 Tacoma Giants 10
92 July 3, 1964 Joel Gibson Arkansas Travelers 4–0 Dallas Rangers 9
93 August 25, 1964 Larry Yellen Oklahoma City 89ers 0–0 Indianapolis Indians 5
94 September 9, 1964 Morrie Steevens Arkansas Travelers 3–0 Dallas Rangers 9
95 May 11, 1965 Dick Estelle (2) Tacoma Giants 6–0 Hawaii Islanders 9
96 May 29, 1965 Tom Kelley Portland Beavers 5–0 Spokane Indians 9
97 July 4, 1967 Sonny Custer Portland Beavers 1–0 Denver Bears 7
98 August 16, 1967 Alan Foster (1) Spokane Indians 1–0 Seattle Angels 7
99 September 1, 1967 Alan Foster (2) Spokane Indians 1–0 Seattle Angels 9
100 June 23, 1968 Bob Meyer Vancouver Mounties 6–0 Hawaii Islanders 9
101 August 18, 1968 Bo Belinsky Hawaii Islanders 1–0 Tacoma Cubs 9
102 September 3, 1968 Howie Reed Oklahoma City 89ers 1–0 Indianapolis Indians 7
103 June 11, 1970 Mike Jackson Eugene Emeralds 5–0 Tucson Toros 7
104 May 16, 1973 John D'Acquisto Phoenix Giants 7–0 Tacoma Twins 7
105 June 2, 1973 Dave Freisleben Hawaii Islanders 1–0 Albuquerque Dukes 7
106 August 16, 1974 Steve Dunning Spokane Indians 10–0 Sacramento Solons 9
107 May 19, 1975 Gary Ross Perfect game Hawaii Islanders 19–0 Salt Lake City Gulls 5
108 June 21, 1975 Tom Norton Tacoma Twins 1–0 Hawaii Islanders 7
109 July 17, 1975 Chuck Dobson Salt Lake City Gulls 5–0 Hawaii Islanders 7
110 July 9, 1978 Jim Beattie Tacoma Yankees 2–0 Spokane Indians 7
111 April 23, 1980 Rick Rhoden Portland Beavers 1–0 Phoenix Giants 7
112 July 3, 1980 Kevin Keefe Albuquerque Dukes 0–1 Tucson Toros 8
113 August 24, 1980 Larry McCall Tacoma Tigers 1–0 Spokane Indians 7
114 April 18, 1981 Luis Tiant Portland Beavers 2–0 Spokane Indians 7
115 June 2, 1981 Billy Smith Perfect game Tucson Toros 4–0 Vancouver Canadians 6
116 June 13, 1981 George Stablein Hawaii Islanders 6–1 Tacoma Tigers 9
117 June 16, 1981 Rene Quinones Vancouver Canadians 3–0 Edmonton Trappers 7
118 May 4, 1982 Ricky Wright Albuquerque Dukes 4–2 Portland Beavers 9
119 August 20, 1983 Scott Garrelts Phoenix Giants 1–0 Tacoma Tigers 7
120 May 26, 1984 Juan Eichelberger Vancouver Canadians 2–0 Portland Beavers 7
121 June 12, 1984 Andy Rincon Hawaii Islanders 3–0 Tacoma Tigers 9
122 April 25, 1985 Erik Sonberg
Steven Martin
Albuquerque Dukes 7–1 Hawaii Islanders 9
123 May 2, 1985 John Henry Johnson Hawaii Islanders 5–0 Calgary Cannons 9
124 May 14, 1985 Tim Conroy Tacoma Tigers 1–0 Tucson Toros 7
125 May 31, 1985 Frank Wills Calgary Cannons 1–0 Tacoma Tigers 7
126 June 20, 1985 Rick Waits Vancouver Canadians 7–0 Portland Beavers 7
127 July 24, 1987 Dave Johnson Vancouver Canadians 3–0 Portland Beavers 9
128 August 14, 1987 Bill Krueger Albuquerque Dukes 2–0 Phoenix Firebirds 7
129 August 21, 1988 Erik Hanson Calgary Cannons 5–0 Las Vegas Stars 7
130 May 23, 1989 Tom Drees (1) Vancouver Canadians 1–0 Calgary Cannons 9
131 May 28, 1989 Tom Drees (2) Vancouver Canadians 1–0 Edmonton Trappers 7
132 August 16, 1989 Tom Drees (3) Vancouver Canadians 5–0 Las Vegas Stars 7
133 August 20, 1989 Roger Mason Tucson Toros 0–1 Las Vegas Stars 11
134 May 6, 1990 Mike Dunne Las Vegas Stars 2–0 Portland Beavers 9
135 June 10, 1991 Patrick Wernig Tacoma Tigers 1–0 Vancouver Canadians 9
136 August 6, 1991 Jim Neidlinger Albuquerque Dukes 3–0 Las Vegas Stars 5
137 June 7, 1992 David West
Larry Casian
Greg Johnson
Portland Beavers 5–0 Vancouver Canadians 9
138 September 5, 1992 Tim Worrell Las Vegas Stars 2–0 Phoenix Firebirds 9
139 July 27, 1993 Ryan Hawblitzel Colorado Springs Sky Sox 0–1 Vancouver Canadians 10
140 May 16, 1994 Mark Petkovsek Tucson Toros 5–0 Colorado Springs Sky Sox 9
141 June 13, 1995 Mike Milchin Albuquerque Dukes 2–0 Vancouver Canadians 7
142 August 8, 1996 Aaron Small Edmonton Trappers 6–0 Vancouver Canadians 7
143 June 27, 1997 Darrell May Vancouver Canadians 4–0 Salt Lake Buzz 7 [2]
144 April 13, 1999 Terry Clark (4 IP)
Bill King
Anthony Chavez
Vancouver Canadians 3–0 New Orleans Zephyrs 9 [3]
145 May 8, 1999 Frank Rodriguez Salt Lake Buzz 2–1 Iowa Cubs 7 [4]
146 May 1, 2001 Micah Bowie Sacramento River Cats 3–0 Tacoma Rainiers 7 [5]
147 May 6, 2001 Brian Powell New Orleans Zephyrs 5–0 Omaha Golden Spikes 9 [6]
148 July 3, 2001 Brett Tomko Tacoma Rainiers 7–0 Oklahoma RedHawks 9 [7]
149 July 7, 2001 John Halama Perfect game Tacoma Rainiers 6–0 Calgary Cannons 9 [8]
150 May 14, 2002 Junior Herndon Portland Beavers 5–0 Tacoma Rainiers 7 [9]
151 May 25, 2002 Jamie Arnold Calgary Cannons 12–1 Iowa Cubs 9 [10]
152 April 7, 2003 John Wasdin Perfect game Nashville Sounds 4–0 Albuquerque Isotopes 9 [11]
153 June 13, 2003 Lindsay Gulin Las Vegas 51s 7–0 Tacoma Rainiers 9 [12]
154 August 2, 2003 Chris Gissell (7 IP)
Jesús Sánchez (2 IP)
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 3–0 Nashville Sounds 9 [13]
155 June 11, 2004 Scott Downs Edmonton Trappers 4–0 Las Vegas 51s 7 [14]
156 June 9, 2006 Ryan Meaux (4 IP)Perfect game
Aquilino López (2 IP)
Cla Meredith (1 IP)
Portland Beavers 5–0 Sacramento River Cats 7 [15]
157 July 15, 2006 Carlos Villanueva (6 IP)
Mike Meyers (2 IP)
Alec Zumwalt (1 IP)
Nashville Sounds 2–0 Memphis Redbirds 9 [16]
158 June 25, 2007 Manny Parra Perfect game Nashville Sounds 3–0 Round Rock Express 9 [17]
159 May 11, 2008 Franklin Morales (5 IP)
Chris George (1.2 IP)
Matt Daley (1.1 IP)
Steven Register (1 IP)
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 5–1 Albuquerque Isotopes 9 [18]
160 June 29, 2008 Dustin Nippert Oklahoma RedHawks 2–0 Omaha Royals 7 [19]
161 June 30, 2009 Brandon Hynick Perfect game Colorado Springs Sky Sox 2–0 Portland Beavers 7 [20]
162 July 28, 2009 Sean O'Sullivan Salt Lake Bees 2–0 Sacramento River Cats 9 [4]
163 August 14, 2009 Luis Mendoza Oklahoma City RedHawks 5–0 Salt Lake Bees 9 [21]
164 August 18, 2009 Jhoulys Chacín (5.1 IP)
Joel Peralta (0.2 IP)
Juan Rincón (2 IP)
Randy Flores (1 IP)
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 5–0 Oklahoma City RedHawks 9 [22]
165 May 7, 2014 Chris Rusin Iowa Cubs 3–0 New Orleans Zephyrs 9 [23]
166 April 14, 2017 Scott Copeland (7 IP)
Hunter Cervenka (1 IP)
Brandon Cunniff (1 IP)
New Orleans Baby Cakes 11–1 Iowa Cubs 9 [24]
167 June 7, 2017 Chris Smith (6 IP)
Sean Doolittle (1 IP)
Tucker Healy (1 IP)
Simón Castro (1 IP)
Nashville Sounds 4–0 Omaha Storm Chasers 9 [25]

No-hitters by franchise[edit]

John Wasdin threw the PCL's second nine-inning perfect game on April 7, 2003, as a member of the Nashville Sounds.
Manny Parra became the second Nashville Sounds pitcher to throw a nine-inning perfect game when he threw the league's third on June 25, 2007.

Current PCL teams appear in bold.

Team No-hitters Perfect games
Portland Beavers 21 1
Oakland Oaks 17 1
Tacoma Rainiers (Tacoma Tigers/Giants/Twins/Yankees) 12 1
San Francisco Seals 12 0
Los Angeles Angels 10 0
Seattle Indians/Rainiers 9 1
Vancouver Canadians 9 0
Hawaii Islanders 6 1
Albuquerque Dukes 6 0
Spokane Indians 6 0
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 5 1
Oklahoma City Dodgers (Oklahoma City 89ers/RedHawks) 5 0
Sacramento Sacts/Senators/Salons 5 0
San Diego Padres 5 0
Nashville Sounds 4 2
Vernon/Venice Tigers 4 0
Tucson Toros 3 1
Calgary Cannons 3 0
Las Vegas 51s (Las Vegas Stars) 3 0
Salt Lake City Bees/Gulls 3 0
Hollywood Stars 2 1
Arkansas Travelers 2 0
Edmonton Trappers 2 0
Mission Reds 2 0
New Orleans Baby Cakes (New Orleans Zephyrs) 2 0
Phoenix Giants 2 0
Salt Lake Bees (Salt Lake Buzz) 2 0
Denver Bears 1 0
Eugene Emeralds 1 0
Iowa Cubs 1 0
Sacramento River Cats 1 0
Vancouver Mounties 1 0
Totals 166 10

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