What a year! Is it any wonder that the steroid era began not long after this historic season?
When the 1990 Major League Baseball Season started there had been 217 total No-Hitters in the long history of baseball. Many seasons have had their share of No-Hitters but the oncoming season would be the best for this difficult feat. In the 1990 season a record seven No-Hitters would occur. No other season since has been able to break this incredible record. Let’s visit the 1990 season and it record breaking games.
April 11, 1990-
Mark Langston (7 Innings) – California Angels
Mike Witt (2 Innings) – California Angels
California Angels pitchers Mark Langston and Mike Witt combined for the No-Hitter in nine total innings. Langston pitched seven innings while Witt pitched the final two innings of the game and recorded the save. This was the second No Hitter of Witt’s career and Langston’s first and only in his career.
June 2, 1990-
Randy Johnson – Seattle Mariners
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