This Day in History
This Day in Minor League History
In 1925, Williamsport's Henry Hoffman threw the first no-hitter in Eastern League history.
Thursday, July 30, 1925
Henry Hoffman becomes the first man in Eastern League history to throw a no-hitter. The Williamsport hurler kept the Elmira batters hitless, but did not get the shutout as Williamsport won, 4-2.
Sunday, July 30, 1989
Jacksonville's Cesar Hernandez fumbles his way into Southern League record books by committing four errors, the most in one game for an outfielder.