Jake Arrieta has thrown two no hitters in a Cubs uniform by himself. One in 2015 and one in 2016. He had a 2 season stretch where he ranked up there with the all-time greats with the two no hitters, winning NL CY Young in 2015, and his record was 40-14 with an era of 2.38 in those combine seasons of 2015 and 2016. He also was 2-0 in the WS vs the Indians in 2016 = Clutch.
Butler would have to be better at LB than one of...
Speed, Adams or Franklin. That’s who he’s competing against. And now you can add the newly signed FA, Jackson. The odds of Butler being better than Glasgow at ST’s are very, very small.
Lots of Mets pitchers have had 1-hitters. I was at a game in which Tom Glavine had not given up a hit. Some no-name player broke up the no-hitter in the top of the 8th or 9th inn. I also attended one when Matt Harvey had a one-hitter going into the 7th. His was broken up in the 7th, I believe.