USC’s Tyler Gilbert Throws No-Hitter In First MLB Start

Former USC pitcher Tyler Gilbert threw a no-hitter for the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night, the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter in his first Major League start since 1953.

Gilbert, 27, made just his fourth career appearance in the majors. He is just the fourth pitcher to ever toss a no-hitter in his first start, joining Theodore Breitenstein (1891), Bumpus Jones (1892), and Bob Holloman (1953).

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8 thoughts on “USC’s Tyler Gilbert Throws No-Hitter In First MLB Start

  1. Great performance and his dad was beyond proud. A awesome moment for an athlete and a special one for a parent👍✌

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