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Johnny Vander Meer No Hitter 1

1938

CINCINNATI, OH, June 11--Johnny Vander Meer of the Cincinnati Reds is the only pitcher with two consecutive no hitters. This is the box score of the first no hitter. Of all of the individual records, this is truly the one that in all likelihood will never be broken. The thought of three consecutive no hitters is just impossible!
Cincinnati Reds 3, Boston Bees 0
BOSTONABRHPOAE
Moore, rf100200
Fletcher, 1b100500
Mueller, ph100000
Cooney, 1b300400
DiMaggio, cf300100
Cuccinello, 2b200131
Reis, lf300300
English, 3b200020
Riddle, c300500
Warstler, ss200330
Kahle, ph100000
MacFayden, p200000
Maggert, ph100000
Totals25002481
CINCINNATIABRHPOAE
Frey, 2b400120
Berger, lf321200
Goodman, rf300000
McCormick, 1b4011410
Lombardi, c412520
Craft, cf300300
Riggs, 3b301050
Myers, ss300120
Vander Meer, p301120
Totals303627140
Boston000000000 - 0
Cincinnati00010200x - 3
Runs batted in- Goodman, Lombardi 2. Three base hits- Berger, Riggs. Home runs- Lombardi. Double plays- Cuccinello, Warstler, Cooney; Lombardi, McCormick; First base on balls-Off MacFayden 1, off Vander Meer 3. Hit batters-By MacFayden 1. Struck out-By MacFayden 4, by Vander Meer 4. Hits-Off MacFayden 6 in 8 innings. Umpires-Magerkurth, Parker, , Moran. Time of game-1:48. Attendance-5,214

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