no-hit game

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Synonyms for no-hit game

a game in which a pitcher allows the opposing team no hits


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Nichole, who pitched a no-hitter two weeks ago and combined with Niki Secrease for another no-hit game last week, allowed Lancaster just three hits on Thursday.
BOSTON - Twenty-three-year-old phenom Clay Buchholz pitched the 18th no-hit game in Red Sox history last night in just his second major-league start as the Red Sox put their four-game losing streak in the rear-view mirror with a 10-0 pasting of the Orioles.
He also set records for most strikeouts in a season (383 in 1973) and most no-hit games (seven) en route to 324 career victories.
None of Buchholz's predecessors with no-hit games - Derek Lowe, Hideo Nomo, Matt Young (unofficial), Dave Morehead, Bill Monbouquette or Earl Wilson - since 1957 even got as far as the third inning without giving up hits in their first start after a no-hitter.
A pitcher who led the world in strikeouts and no-run, no-hit games (7).