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October 16, 2010


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Fred Gedicks

Tom Seaver, Sandy Koufax.

Tim Zinnecker

Hi Fred. Koufax is on the list. But Seaver is not. He threw only one no-hitter in his career.

Doug Richmond

Nolan Ryan, Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax, Cy Young, Randy Johnson and Johnny Vander Meer.

Tim Zinnecker

Koufax is correct, previously offered by Fred.
Cy Young and Randy Johnson are correct answers, too.
The others are incorrect. While they have have thrown two or more no-hitters, Ryan, Feller, and Vander Meer did not throw a "perfect" game.
The other three pitchers yet to be identified? Two are in the Hall of Fame, and the third is an active player.

Fred Gedicks

Jim Bunning

Howard Wasserman

In addition to the three already mentioned, Mark Buehrle, Mike Witt, and Addie Joss. And I believe Bunning is correct (from Fred)

Tim Zinnecker

Bunning, Buerhle, and Joss are the other three.
Witt? He did throw a perfect game, but that was his only no-hitter (unless you count the combo no-hitter he threw with Mark Langston).


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