No Hits

Samuel Pond ("Sad Sam") Jones of the New York Americans pitched a no-hit game against Philadelphia.

Three days later Howard Ehmke of the Boston Americans duplicated Jones' feat—also against Philadelphia.

In Jones' game, only two members of the opposition reached first base —one on a pass, one on an error by shortstop. Jones struck out no man.

In Ehmke's game, three men reached first—one on a pass, one on a fielder's choice, one on an error. The " error "was committed by Outfielder Menosky, who fumbled a line drive that...

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