1923 — The New York Giants scored in every inning to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 22-8 at the Baker Bowl.
1925 — Lou Gehrig batted for Pee Wee Wanninger in the eighth and replaced Wally Pipp at first base to start his streak of 2,130 consecutive games. The Washington Senators beat the New York Yankees 5-3.
1937 — Bill Dietrich of the Chicago White Sox pitched a no-hitter against the St. Louis Browns in an 8-0 win.
1975 — Nolan Ryan of the California Angels pitched his fourth no-hitter, striking out nine. Ryan tied Sandy Koufax’s record by beating the Baltimore Orioles 1-0. It was Ryan’s 100th major league victory.
1977 — Seattle’s Ruppert Jones homered off Cleveland’s Dennis Eckersley in the fifth inning to snap Eckersley’s no-hit string of 22 1-3 innings, just two outs short of Cy Young’s major league record. The Indians went on to win, 7-1.
1987 — Cleveland’s Phil Niekro pitched the Indians to a 9-6 victory, his 314th, over the Detroit Tigers. The win gave himself and his brother, Joe, a major league record 530 combined victories, surpassing Gaylord and Jim Perry.
2000 — Pawtucket’s Tomo Ohka became the third pitcher in the 117-year history of the International League to throw a nine-inning perfect game when he beat the Charlotte Knights 2-0.
2005 — Miguel Tejada hit a homer, three doubles and scored three runs in Baltimore’s 9-3 victory over Boston.
2011 — Cincinnati’s Francisco Cordero got his 300th career save, securing the Reds’ 4-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Cordero pitched a perfect ninth, becoming the 22nd reliever to achieve 300 saves, tying Bruce Sutter at the mark.
2012 — Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in New York Mets’ history. Santana was helped by an umpire’s missed call and an outstanding catch in left field in an 8-0 victory over St. Louis Cardinals. Carlos Beltran, back at Citi Field for the first time since the Mets traded him last July, hit a line drive over third base in the sixth inning that hit the foul line and should have been called fair. But third base umpire Adrian Johnson ruled it foul and the no-hitter was intact. Mike Baxter made a tremendous catch in left field to rob Yadier Molina of extra bases in the seventh, getting injured in the process.
2012 — Jonathan Crawford threw the seventh no-hitter in NCAA tournament history, shutting down Bethune-Cookman in a 4-0 victory in the opener of the Gainesville Regional.
2012 — Alex Miklos hit a go-ahead RBI triple in the 21st inning as Kent State outlasted Kentucky 7-6 in the second-longest game in NCAA tournament history. The Golden Flashes held the lead in the ninth and 18th innings, but the Wildcats answered both times to extend the game.
2015 — Zander Wiel, Rhett Wiseman and Bryan Reynolds homered to lead Vanderbilt’s 20-hit attack and the Commodores won the Nashville Regional with a 21-0 rout of Radford. Vanderbilt tied an NCAA baseball tournament record for largest shutout margin with LSU, a 21-0 winner over Louisiana-Monroe in 2000.
2015 — Maryland knocked top-seeded UCLA out of the NCAA baseball tournament with a 2-1 victory in the championship game of the UCLA regional. Only two other No. 1 national seeds (Vanderbilt 2007 and Oregon State 2014) had failed to get out of regionals since the tournament went to its current format in 1999.
2016 — Mookie Betts added two homers to go with the three he hit the previous night in a 13-9 loss to Baltimore. Betts became the first player ever to hit a home run in each of the first two innings of consecutive games and also tied a major league record with five homers in a span of seven at-bats. The last player to achieve the feat was Josh Hamilton, who did it for the Texas Rangers on May 7-10, 2012.
2016 — Cleveland outfielder Marlon Byrd was suspended for 162 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for Ipamorelin, a growth hormone releasing peptide.