With hits now scarce, no-hitters on the rise

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Sometimes, the simplest explanation is the valid one.

The number of hits per game in the major leagues has plummeted, so no-hitters are on the rise. Even so, this season has been a bit extreme. Yankees right-hander Corey Kluber pitched the majors’ sixth no-hitter against the Rangers, just a night after Spencer Turnbull’s gem, and 2021 is on pace to obliterate the modern record of seven no-hitters in a season.

Cleveland, Seattle and Texas have already been no-hit twice, and of the 21 complete games that have been pitched this season, more than a quarter of them have been no-hitters.

PICTURED: John Means of the Baltimore Orioles, no-hitter pitched on May 5th


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