MLB Ballparks with Most No-Hitters Since 2010

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Which MLB Ballparks have seen the most no-hitters since 2010? Which Ballparks have seen the least ones since 2010? Where does your team rank?

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MLB Ballparks with Most No-Hitters Since 2010

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MLB Ballparks with Most No-Hitters Since 2010

Important Notes: Numbers Do Include Combined No-Hitters as well as Perfect Games! List Also Includes Former Ballparks that Existed in 2010!

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4 or More No-Hitters Since 2010 (2 MLB Ballparks)

T-Mobile Park (Seattle, Washington)-6

As Safeco Field (1999-2018)

  • Philip Humber (CWS) in 2012 (Perfect Game)
  • Combined No-Hitter in 2012 (SEA)
  • Felix Hernandez (SEA) in 2012 (Perfect Game)
  • Hisashi Iwakuma (SEA) in 2015

As T-Moble Park (2019-Present)

  • Jon Means (BAL) in 2021
  • Spencer Turnbull (DET) in 2021

Citi Field (Queens, New York)-4

  • Johan Santana (NYM) in 2012
  • Chris Heston (SF) in 2015
  • Max Scherzer (WAS) in 2015
  • Mets Combined No-No in 2022

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3 No-Hitters Since 2010 (6 MLB Ballparks)

Progressive Field (Cleveland, Ohio)-3

  • Ervin Santana (LAA) in 2011
  • Wade Miley (CIN) in 2021
  • Brewers Combined No-No in 2021

Angel Stadium (Anaheim, California)-3

  • Jared Weaver (LAA) in 2012
  • Combined No-Hitter (LAA) in 2019
  • Reid Detmers in 2022

Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles, California)-3

  • Clayton Kershaw (LAD) in 2014
  • Jake Arrieta (CHC) in 2015
  • Cubs Combined No-Hitter in 2021

Rogers Centre (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)-3

  • Justin Verlander (DET) in 2011
  • James Paxton (SEA) in 2018
  • Justin Verlander (HOU) in 2019

Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago, Illinois)-3

As U.S. Cellular Field (2003-2016)

  • Francisco Liriano (MIN) in 2011

As Guaranteed Rate Field (2017-Present)

  • Lucas Giolito (CWS) in 2020
  • Carlos Rodon (CWS) in 2021

Oakland Coliseum (Oakland, California)-3

  • Dallas Braden (OAK) in 2010 (Perfect Game)
  • Sean Manaea (OAK) in 2018
  • Mike Fiers (OAK) in 2019

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2 No-Hitters or Less Since 2010 (9 MLB Ballparks)

Globe Life Field (Arlington, Texas)-2

  • Joe Musgrove (SD) in 2021
  • Corey Kluber (NYY) in 2021

Turner Field (Atlanta, Georgia)-2

Home of the Atlanta Braves from 1997 until 2016

  • Ubaldo Jimenez (COL) in 2010
  • Combined No-Hitter (PHI) in 2014

Tropicana Field (St. Petersburg, FL)-2

  • Edwin Jackson (ARI) in 2010
  • Matt Garza (TB) in 2010

Oracle Park (San Francisco, California)-2

As AT&T Park (2006-2018)

  • Matt Cain (SF) in 2012 (Perfect Game)
  • Tim Lincecum (SF) in 2014

Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)-2

  • Roy Halladay (PHI) in 2010 (Playoffs)
  • Josh Becket (LAD) in 2014

LoanDepot Park (Miami, Florida)-2

As Marlins Park (2012-2020)

  • Henderson Alvarez (MIA) in 2013
  • Edinson Volquez (MIA) in 2017

Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati, Ohio)-2

  • Homer Bailey (CIN) in 2013
  • Jake Arrieta (CHC) in 2016

Nationals Park (Washington D.C.)-2

  • Jordan Zimmerman (WAS) in 2014
  • Max Scherzer (WAS) in 2015

Minute Maid Park (Houston, Texas)-2

  • Mike Fiers (HOU) in 2015
  • Combined No-Hitter (HOU) in 2019

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Only 1 No-Hitter Since 2010 (8 MLB Ballparks)

Chase Field (Phoenix, Arizona)-1

  • Tyler Gilbert in 2021
  • Opened in Time for the 1998 Season as Bank One Ballpark
  • Last No-Hitter in Phoenix was Jose Jimenez (STL) in 1999

New Yankee Stadium (Bronx, New York)-1

  • Astros Combined No-No in 2022
  • Opened in Time for the 2009 Campaign
  • Last No-Hitter in the Bronx was David Cone (NYY) in 1999 (Perfect Game)

Wrigley Field (Chicago, Illinois)-1

  • Cole Hamels (PHI) in 2015

Petco Park (San Diego, California)-1

  • Tim Lincecum (SF) in 2013

PNC (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)-1

  • Homer Bailey (CIN) in 2012

American Family Field (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)-1

As Miller Park (2001-2020)

  • Alec Mills (CHC) in 2020

Hard Rock Stadium (Miami, Florida)-1

Home of the Florida Marlins from 1993 until 2011

As Sun Life Stadium (2010-2016)

  • Roy Halladay (PHI) in 2010 (Perfect Game)

Estadio de Baseball (Monterrey, Mexico)-1

  • Combined No-Hitter (LAD) in 2018
  • Part of 2018 Mexico Series: Dodgers vs. Padres

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Zero No-Hitters Since 2010 (9 MLB Ballparks)

New Busch Stadium (St. Louis, Missouri)-0

  • Opened in Time for the 2006 Season
  • Last No-Hitter in St. Louis was Bob Forsch (STL) in 1983

Truist Park (Atlanta, Georgia)-0

  • Opened in Time for the 2017 Campaign as SunTrust Park
  • Last No-Hitter in Atlanta was Phillies’ Combined No-No in 2014

Comerica Park (Detroit, Michigan)-0

  • Opened in Time for the 2000 Campaign
  • Last No-Hitter in Detroit was Justin Verlander (DET) in 2007

Coors Field (Denver, Colorado)-0

  • Last No-Hitter in Denver was Hideo Nomo (LAD) in 1996

Camden Yards (Baltimore, Maryland)-0

  • Last No-Hitter in Baltimore was Hideo Nomo (BOS) in 2001

Target Field (Minneapolis, Minnesota)-0

  • Opened in Time for the 2010 Campaign
  • Last No-Hitter in Minneapolis was Eric Milton (MIN) in 1999

Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, Missouri)-0

  • Last No-Hitter in Kansas City was Bret Saberhagen (KC) in 1991

Fenway Park (Boston, Massachusetts)-0

  • Last No-Hitter in Boston was Jon Lester (BOS) in 2008

Globe Life Park (Arlington, Texas)-0

Home of the Texas Rangers from 1994 until 2019

  • Only No-Hitter in Venue’s History was Kenny Rogers (TEX) in 1994 (Perfect Game)
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