5 Last No-Hitters by the Miami Marlins and NL East rivals

No-hitters are rare and some teams took a long time to since their last one

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4. THE LAST NEW YORK METS NO-HITTER

It's apparently possible for more than one pitcher to be credited with a No-Hitter! On April 29, 2022 a grand total of FIVE pitchers were responsible for the last Mets No-Hitter! Those pitchers are Tylor Megill, Drew Smith, Joely Rodríguez, Seth Lugo and Edwin Díaz. Yes that's five pitchers.

This took place on April 29, 2022, with the Mets defeating the Philadelphia Phillies 3-0 at home in Citi Field. This was actually the second No-Hitter in Mets history, or more precisely in 60 years. Edwin Diaz is of course the best pitcher of that group and remains with the team as their closer. Joely Rodriguez has moved on to the Boston Red Sox and is not a key member of their bullpen.

Seth Lugo was not actually a starting pitcher for that game, Tylor Megill was. Megill is still on the team as a bottom of the rotation arm, but Lugo is now starting for the Kansas City Royals. He's doing so after an impressive season in the role with the San Diego Padres in 2023. Drew Smith is still in the Mets' bullpen. None of the bunch are esceptional, but Edwin Diaz stands out and this may just end up the highlight of his career.

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