CLay Buchholz, Boston, beat Baltimore, 10-0, Sept. 1, 2007.
Anibal Sanchez, Florida, beat Arizona, 2-0, Sept. 6, 2006.
Bud Smith, St. Louis, beat San Diego, 4-0, Sept. 3, 2001.
Jose Jimenez, St. Louis, beat Arizona 1-0, June 25, 1999.
Wilson Alvarez, Chicago (AL), beat Baltimore 7-0, Aug. 11, 1991.
Mike Warren, Oakland, beat Chicago (AL) 3-0, Sept. 29, 1983.
Jim Bibby, Texas, beat Oakland 6-0, July 30, 1973.
Steve Busby, Kansas City, beat Detroit 3-0, April 27, 1973.
Burt Hooton, Chicago (NL), beat Philadelphia 4-0, April 16, 1972.
Vida Blue, Oakland, beat Minnesota 6-0, Sept. 21, 1970.
Bo Belinsky, Los Angeles (AL), beat Baltimore 2-0, May 5, 1962.
Bobo Holloman, St. Louis (AL), beat Philadelphia 6-0, May 6, 1953 (first major league start).
William McCahan, Philadelphia (AL), beat Washington 3-0, Sept. 3, 1947.
Vernon Kennedy, Chicago (AL), beat Cleveland 5-0, Aug. 31, 1935.
Paul Dean, St. Louis (NL), beat Brooklyn 3-0, Sept. 21, 1934.
Charles C. Robertson, Chicago (AL), beat Detroit 2-0, April 30, 1922.
Charles Tesreau, New York (NL), beat Philadelphia 3-0, Sept. 6, 1912.
Nicholas Maddox, Pittsburgh, beat Brooklyn 2-1, Sept. 20, 1907.
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