Published: Mon, September 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Blue Jays fans give Astros' Verlander standing ovation after no-hitter

Blue Jays fans give Astros' Verlander standing ovation after no-hitter

Justin Verlander became just the sixth pitcher in Major League Baseball history to throw three no-hitters in his career on Sunday, as he blanked the Toronto Blue Jays with a masterful 120-pitch, 14-strike out performance.

The no-no marked the third of his career and is just one of six pitchers to throw three.

Verlander had previously thrown two no-hitters in the majors, both while with the Detroit Tigers. "Some of the guys I idolized, it's a special moment".

Per ESPN Stats & Info, Verlander joined Randy Johnson (nine times), Nolan Ryan (eight times), Max Scherzer (five times), and Roger Clemens (five times) in this exclusive group of strikeout kings.

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He now has the bragging rights to becoming the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter twice against a team in its own stadium.

This time, he did it as a member of the Houston Astros, striking out 14 batters in a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday.

He twirled his first all the way back on June 12, 2007, when he tossed the first no-hitter at Comerica Park.

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