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Sat, 1979-04-07

In the earliest no-hitter in major league history, Ken Forsch of the Houston Astros shuts downs the Atlanta Braves, 6 - 0. Forsch and his brother Bob, who hurled a no-hitter in 1978, become the first brothers to pitch no-hit no-run games. In 1984, Jack Morris will pitc a no-hitter on the same day, and in 2001, Hideo Nomo will pitch a no-hitter on an earlier date, April 4

 

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