May 25, 2014, Josh Beckett, L.A. Dodgers, 6-0
April 16, 1978, Bob Forsch, St. Louis, 5-0
April 16, 1972, Burt Hooton, Chicago, 4-0
July 20, 1970, Bill Singer, Los Angeles, 5-0
April 17, 1969, Bill Stoneman, Montreal, 7-0
July 29, 1968, George Culver, Cincinnati, 6-1
June 4, 1964, Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles, 3-0
May 17, 1963, Don Nottebart, Houston, 4-1
Sept. 16, 1960, Warren Spahn, Milwaukee, 4-0
Aug. 18, 1960, Lew Burdette, Milwaukee, 1-0
Sept. 25, 1956, Sal Maglie, Brooklyn, 5-0
June 12, 1954, Jim Wilson, Milwaukee, 2-0
Sept. 13, 1925 (1st game), Dazzy Vance, Brooklyn, 10-1
May 7, 1922, Jesse Barnes, New York, 6-0
Sept. 9, 1914, Iron Davis, Boston, 7-0
Sept. 6, 1912, Jeff Tesreau, New York, 3-0
July 4, 1908, Hooks Wiltse, New York, 1-0, 10 innings
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