Who Has The Most No-Hitters In MLB History?

Former Texas Rangers pitcher Nolan Ryan holds the MLB record with seven career no-hitters. Ryan not only threw no-hitters for the Rangers, but also successfully registered a no-no for the Angels and Astros as well. In a league of his own, Ryan threw three more no-hitters than the number two pitcher on the all-time list, Sandy Koufax, who three no-hitters during his legendary MLB career.

1. Nolan Ryan, 7

2. Sandy Koufax, 4

3. Cy Young, 3

4. Bob Feller, 3

5. Larry Corcoran, 3

33 pitchers have thrown multiple no-hitters, with Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta being the newest member of that list after he no-hit the Cincinnati Reds on April 21, 2016.

Edison Volquez's no-hitter on June 3, 2017 is the most recent MLB no-hitter, when he completed the feat in a 3-0 Miami win over Arizona.

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