Astroland Boxscore/Game Story Pages
Date Distinction Score with Link
May 27, 1961 Benjamin Griggs and His Incredible Non-No-hitter Greenville Spinners 1
Jacksonville Jets 0 (12)
April 10, 1962 Expansion Squad Buries Cubs in First Game Houston Colt .45's 11
Chicago Cubs 2
May 17, 1963 Don Nottebart Throws the First No-Hitter
in Houston Major League History
Houston Colt .45's 4
Philadelphia Phillies 1
June 1, 1963 Converted Outfielder Makes Good:
Cliff Davis No-Hits the Sun Kings
San Antonio Bullets 5
El Paso Sun Kings 0 (7)
July 25, 1963 Jay Dahl Strikes out 17, Walks None, Yet Loses Brunswick Cardinals 1
Moultrie Colt .22's 0 (9)
August 23, 1963 Gerald Nelson No-Hits the Salt Lake City Bees Oklahoma City '89ers 9
Salt Lake City 1
September 27, 1963 Harry Craft's All-Rookie Lineup New York Mets 10
Houston Colt .45's 3
April 23, 1964 Ken Johnson No-Hits the Reds, Loses Cincinnati Reds 1
Houston Colt .45's 0
July 16, 1965 Juan Quintana Learns To Throw the Slider Durham Bulls 1
Raleigh Cardinals 0 (7)
August 10, 1966 Bruce Von Hoff No-Hits the Rocky Mount Leafs Durham Bulls 5
Rocky Mount Leafs 0
April 15 - 16, 1968 The Longest Shutout By Innings In Major League History Houston Astros 1
New York Mets 0 (24)
May 24, 1968 Bob Watkins No-Hits the Memphis Blues. . . Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs 2
Memphis Blues 0
May 26, 1968 Then Next Game, Luis Penalver Does the Same Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs 3
Memphis Blues 0 (7)
June 29, 1968 Paul Doyle's No-Hitter:
The Third of Three No-Hitters for the 1968 Spurs
Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs 4
El Paso Sun Kings 0
September 3, 1968 Howie Reed No-Hits the Indianapolis Indians Oklahoma City '89ers 1
Indianapolis Indians 0 (7)
August 28, 1970 JR Richard's Minor League No-Hitter Cocoa Astros 2
Daytona Beach Dodgers 0 (7)
August 29, 1971 Pat Darcy's Minor League No-Hitter Columbus Astros 2
Charlotte Hornets 0
September 5, 1971 (Game 2) JR Richard's First Major League Start Houston Astros 5
San Francisco Giants 3
May 14, 1972 Blake Green No-Hits the Winter Haven Red Sox Cocoa Astros 3
Winter Haven Red Sox 0
August 13, 1972 Game One of the First Triple Header
in Florida State League History
Cocoa Astros 4
Orlando Twins 0 (7)
August 13, 1972 Eleno Cuen's No-Hitter in Game Two of the
First Triple Header in Florida State League History
Cocoa Astros 2
Orlando Twins 0 (7)
August 13, 1972 Game Three Completes the Cocoa Astros' Sweep
of the First Triple Header in Florida State League History
Cocoa Astros 4
Orlando Twins 3 (7)
September 2, 1972 Oscar Zamora's Seven-Inning Perfect Game Oklahoma City '89ers 5
Denver Bears 0 (7)
July 25, 1973 Bob Dean and Paulo DeLeon Combine
to No-Hit the Danville Warriors
Cedar Rapids Astros 6
Danville Warriors 0 (7)
August 22, 1973 Dave Aloi No-Hits the Bristol Tigers Covington Astros 6
Bristol Tigers 0
August 16, 1975 Ten Singles Power Jose Alfaro in No-Hitter Dubuque Packers 5
Cedar Rapids Giants 0
April 7, 1979 Ken Forsch No-Hits the Atlanta Braves Houston Astros 6
Atlanta Braves 0
August 4, 1985 Mike Friederich No-Hits the Lakeland Tigers Osceola Astros 2
Lakeland Tigers 0 (7)
October 15, 1986 The Greatest Major League Game Ever Played New York Mets 7
Houston Astros 6 (16)
August 12, 1988 Dean Hartgraves Throws a No-Hitter on His Birthday Asheville Tourists 3
Myrtle Beach Blue Jays 0 (7)
April 24, 1991 Darryl Kile's First Major League Start Houston Astros 1
Cincinatti Reds 0 (13)
April 19, 1992 Butch Henry Pitches the Game of his Life Houston Astros 1
San Diego Padres 0 (11)
August 25, 1992 Andujar Cedeño Hits For The Cycle St. Louis Cardinals 5
Houston Astros 3 (13)
September 8, 1993 Darryl Kile No-Hits the New York Mets Houston Astros 7
New York Mets 1
April 10, 1994 Kevin Gallaher and Jamie Daspit Combine
to No-Hit the Tulsa Drillers
Jackson Generals 3
Tulsa Drillers 0 (7)
May 16, 1994 Mark Petkovsek Throws the First 9-Inning No-Hitter in Tucson Toros History Tucson Toros 5
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 0
August 6, 1996 Edgar Ramos Throws the Only 9-Inning No-Hitter in Jackson Generals History Jackson Generals 3
Shreveport Captains 0
June 24, 1999 Eric Ireland Throws the First Nine-Inning Perfect Game
in Organizational History
Kissimmee Cobras 5
St. Petersburg Devil Rays 0
May 28, 2000 (Game 2) Carlos Hernandez No-hits West Michigan Michigan Battlecats 2
West Michigan Whitecaps 0
May 6, 2001 Brian Powell Throws the Fifth AAA No-Hitter in Organizational History New Orleans Zephyrs 5
Iowa Golden Spikes 0
April 18, 2002 Ramon German Hits Three Homers for the Lexington Legends Lexington Legends 12
Lakewood Blueclaws 7
April 4, 2003 Brad Ausmus Goes Apeshit Houston Astros 6
St. Louis Cardinals 5 (12)
June 11, 2003 Six Houston Pitchers Combine to No-Hit the Yankees Houston Astros 8
New York Yankees 0
September 3, 2004 Ole Sheldon Hits Walkoff Homer to Win Appy League Championship for Greeneville Greeneville Astros 2
Danville Braves 1 (10)
October 9, 2005 Chris Burke Gets a Game Named After Himself Houston Astros 7
Atlanta Braves 6 (18)
June 6, 2006 A Hall of Famer Comes To Fayette County Lexington Legends 7
Lake County Captains 4
September 4, 2006 Charlton Jimerson Homers in His First Major League At Bat Philadlephia Phillies 3
Houston Astros 2 (10)
August 25, 2010 Five Lancaster JetHawks No-Hit the Lake Elsinore Storm Lancaster JetHawks 3
Lake Elsinore Storm 1
September 1, 2012 Chris Devenski No-Hits Rome While Striking Out 16 Lexington Legends 10
Rome Braves 0
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