Seattle Mariners History: No Hitters
By Dan Shearer
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The Big Unit was the man for the Mariners in the 90’s. Randy Johnson, the future hall of famer, was the first to throw a no hitter in Mariners franchise history. He completed this feat on June 2nd, 1990 against the Detroit Tigers, blanking them 2-0.
The Big Unit was inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame on January 17th, 2012. After completing this no hitter, Randy Johnson claimed the rights to being the first no hitter in franchise history, the first lefty to throw a no hitter in franchise history, and the only pitcher in franchise history to throw a no hitter while sporting a mullet.