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Every no-hitter in Philadelphia Phillies history


Charles Ferguson – Aug. 29, 1885 vs. Providence Grays at Recreation Park

Red Donahue – July 8, 1898 vs. Boston Beaneaters at Baker Bowl

Chick Fraser – Sept. 18, 1903 vs. Chicago Cubs at West Side Grounds

Johnny Lush – May 1, 1906 vs. Brooklyn Superbas at Washington Park III

Jim Bunning – June 21, 1964 vs. New York Mets at Shea Stadium

  • Box Score
  • First perfect game in Phillies history
  • Seventh perfect game in MLB history
  • Outing took place on Father’s Day 1964

Rick Wise – June 23, 1971 vs. Cincinnati Reds at Riverfront Stadium

Terry Mulholland – Aug. 15, 1990 vs. San Francisco Giants at Veterans Stadium

Tommy Greene – May 23, 1991 vs. Montreal Expos at Olympic Stadium

Kevin Millwood – April 27, 2003 vs. San Francisco Giants at Veterans Stadium

  • Box Score
  • Giants’ lineup included future Home Run King Barry Bonds
  • Second and final no-hitter thrown by a Phillies pitcher at Veterans Stadium

Roy Halladay – May 29, 2010 vs. Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium

  • Box Score
  • Second perfect game in Phillies history
  • 20th perfect game in MLB history
  • The only run that the Phillies scored in a 1-0 victory against Josh Johnson and the Marlins was an unearned run, with Chase Utley plating Wilson Valdéz

Roy Halladay – Oct. 6, 2010 vs. Cincinnati Reds at Citizens Bank Park

  • Box Score
  • NLDS Game 1
  • This was the first playoff appearance in Halladay’s career
  • Second no-hitter in postseason history
  • First postseason no-hitter thrown by a National League pitcher
  • First no-hitter thrown by either a Phillie or visiting pitcher at Citizens Bank Park
  • Halladay’s second no-hitter during 2010 season

Cole Hamels, Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon – Sept. 1, 2014 vs. Atlanta Braves at Turner Field

Cole Hamels – July 25, 2015 vs. Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field

  • Box Score
  • Phillies center fielder Odúbel Herrera caught the final out at the warning track off the bat of Kris Bryant
  • Hamels outdueled eventual National League Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta in a 5-0 win
  • This was Hamels’ final start with the Phillies before being traded to the Texas Rangers

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