San Francisco
July 2, 2013, Homer Bailey, Cincinnati, 3-0
April 27, 2003, Kevin Millwood, Philadelphia, 1-0
June 10, 1997, Kevin Brown, Florida, 9-0
Aug. 17, 1992, Kevin Gross, Los Angeles, 2-0
Aug. 15, 1990, Terry Mulholland, Philadelphia, 6-0
Sept. 25, 1986, Mike Scott, Houston, 2-0
May 10, 1981, Charlie Lea, Montreal, 4-0
June 27, 1980, Jerry Reuss, Los Angeles, 8-0
Sept. 18, 1968, Ray Washburn, St. Louis, 2-0
May 11, 1963, Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles, 8-0
April 28, 1961, Warren Spahn, Milwaukee, 1-0
New York
May 12, 1956, Carl Erskine, Brooklyn, 3-0
Sept. 9, 1948, Rex Barney, Brooklyn, 2-0
Aug. 31, 1915, James Lavender, Chicago, 2-0

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