List of Major League Baseball single-inning strikeout leaders

A. J. Burnett (left), Chuck Finley (not pictured), Zack Greinke (not pictured), and Craig Kimbrel (not pictured) are the only pitchers to strike out four batters in one inning on multiple occasions, while Orval Overall (right) is the only pitcher to achieve the feat in the World Series.

A. J. Burnett on June 14, 2012
Orval Overall circa 1910

In baseball, a strikeout occurs when a pitcher throws three strikes to a batter during his time at bat.[1] Under Rules 6.05 and 6.09 of the Official Rules of Major League Baseball, a batter becomes a runner when a third strike is not caught by the catcher with no runner on first base or when there are two outs.[2] The strikeout is recorded, but the batter-runner must be tagged or forced out in order for the defensive team to register the out. Thus, it is possible for a pitcher to record more than three strikeouts in an inning.[3] As a result of this rule, 88 different pitchers have struck out four batters in a half-inning of a Major League Baseball (MLB) game as of June 1, 2019, the most recent being Luke Bard of the Los Angeles Angels on April 22, 2019.[4] Four players — Chuck Finley, A. J. Burnett, Zack Greinke, and Craig Kimbrel — have accomplished the feat more than once in their career;[5] no player has ever struck out more than four batters in an inning. Ed Crane was the first player to strike out four batters in one inning, doing so in the fifth inning for the New York Giants against the Chicago White Stockings on October 4, 1888.[6]

Out of the 88 pitchers who have accomplished the feat, 62 were right-handed and 20 were left-handed. Twenty-four of these players (including fifteen active pitchers) have played for only one major league team.[A] Three pitchers—Bob Gibson, Walter Johnson and Phil Niekro—are also members of the 3,000 strikeout club.[7] Finley is the only pitcher to achieve the feat on three separate occasions, as well as twice in a single season.[8] Pete Richert struck out four batters in the third inning of his first major league game, becoming the only player to attain the milestone in his debut.[9] Orval Overall is the sole player to strike out four batters in one inning in the World Series.[10]

Of the 26 players eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame who have struck out four batters in an inning, four have been elected and two were elected on the first ballot.[11] Players are eligible for the Hall of Fame if they have played in at least 10 major league seasons, and have either been retired for five seasons or deceased for at least six months.[12] These requirements leave 26 players ineligible who are active, four who are living and have played in the past five seasons, and fourteen who did not play in 10 major league seasons.

Players

Key
Pitcher (X) Name of the pitcher and number of four strikeout innings they had pitched at that point
Date Date of the game
Team The player's team at the time of the game
Opposing team The team against whom the pitcher struck out four batters in one inning
Inning The inning in which the pitcher struck out four batters
Batters faced (X) The four batters who were struck out and number of four strikeout innings they had batted in at that point
Box Box score with play by play (if available)
º Indicates that the pitcher struck out all four batters consecutively
§ Denotes the batter who reached base
dagger Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
double-dagger Player is active[B][C]
MLB pitchers who have struck out four batters in one inning
Pitcher Date Team Opposing team Inning Batters faced Box
Ed Craneº October 4, 1888 New York Giants Chicago White Stockings[13] 5th Fred Pfeffer, Ned Williamson, Tom Burns§, John Tener[14] n/a
Hooks Wiltseº May 15, 1906 New York Giants Cincinnati Reds[15] 5th Jim Delahanty§, Tommy Corcoran, Admiral Schlei, Chick Fraser[14] n/a
Orval Overall October 14, 1908 Chicago Cubs Detroit Tigers 1st Charley O'Leary, Ty Cobb, Claude Rossman§, Germany Schaefer [16]
Walter Johnsondagger April 15, 1911 Washington Senators Boston Red Sox[17] 5th Ray Collins, Larry Gardner§, Harry Hooper, Duffy Lewis[14][18] n/a
Guy Morton June 11, 1916 Cleveland Indians Philadelphia Athletics 6th Whitey Witt§, Charlie Pick, Nap Lajoie, Stuffy McInnis[19] [20]
Jim Davisº May 27, 1956 Chicago Cubs St. Louis Cardinals 6th Hal Smith, Jackie Brandt, Lindy McDaniel§, Don Blasingame [21]
Joe Nuxhall August 11, 1959 Cincinnati Redlegs Milwaukee Braves 6th Eddie Mathews, Joe Adcock, Del Crandall§, Johnny Logan [22]
Ryne Duren May 18, 1961 Los Angeles Angels Chicago White Sox 7th Minnie Miñoso, Roy Sievers§, J. C. Martin, Sammy Esposito [23]
Pete Richertº April 12, 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers Cincinnati Reds 3rd Frank Robinson, Gordy Coleman§, Wally Post, Johnny Edwards [24]
Lee Stange September 2, 1964 Cleveland Indians Washington Senators 7th Don Lock§, Willie Kirkland, Don Zimmer, John Kennedy [25]
Don Drysdaleºdagger April 17, 1965 Los Angeles Dodgers Philadelphia Phillies 2nd Wes Covington§, Tony González, Dick Stuart, Clay Dalrymple [26]
Bob Gibsondagger June 7, 1966 St. Louis Cardinals Pittsburgh Pirates 4th Jerry Lynch, Jim Pagliaroni, Bill Mazeroski§, Don Cardwell [27]
Mike Cuellarº May 29, 1970 Baltimore Orioles California Angels 4th Alex Johnson§, Ken McMullen, Tommie Reynolds, Jim Spencer [28]
Bill Bonhamº July 31, 1974 Chicago Cubs Montreal Expos 2nd Mike Torrez§, Ron Hunt, Tim Foli, Willie Davis [29]
Phil Niekrodagger July 29, 1977 Atlanta Braves Pittsburgh Pirates 6th Dave Parker, Bill Robinson, Rennie Stennett§, Omar Moreno [30]
Mike Paxtonº July 21, 1978 Cleveland Indians Seattle Mariners 5th Dan Meyer§, Bruce Bochte, Tom Paciorek, Bill Stein [31]
Mario Sotoº May 17, 1984 Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cubs 3rd Tom Veryzer, Dick Ruthven, Bob Dernier§, Ryne Sandberg [32]
Mike Scott September 3, 1986 Houston Astros Chicago Cubs 5th Chris Speier§, Chico Walker, Dave Martinez, Ryne Sandberg (2) [33]
Bobby Wittº August 2, 1987 Texas Rangers Baltimore Orioles 2nd Ray Knight, Terry Kennedy§, Mike Young, Ken Gerhart [34]
Charlie Hough July 4, 1988 Texas Rangers New York Yankees 1st Claudell Washington§, Jack Clark, Dave Winfield, Mike Pagliarulo [35]
Paul Assenmacher August 22, 1989 Atlanta Braves St. Louis Cardinals 5th Terry Pendleton, Milt Thompson, Tony Peña§, Ted Power [36]
Tim Birtsas June 4, 1990 Cincinnati Reds San Francisco Giants 7th Greg Litton, Will Clark, Matt Williams§, Gary Carter [37]
Matt Young September 9, 1990 Seattle Mariners Boston Red Sox 1st Jody Reed, Carlos Quintana, Wade Boggs§, Mike Greenwell [38]
Paul Shuey May 14, 1994 Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers 9th Chad Kreuter, Chris Gomez, Travis Fryman§, Cecil Fielder [39]
Mark Wohlersº June 7, 1995 Atlanta Braves Chicago Cubs 9th Kevin Roberson, Rick Wilkins, Shawon Dunston§, Sammy Sosa [40]
Bruce Ruffin July 25, 1996 Colorado Rockies Chicago Cubs 9th Sammy Sosa (2), Scott Servais§, Leo Gómez, Brian McRae [41]
Kevin Appierº September 3, 1996 Kansas City Royals Toronto Blue Jays 4th Ed Sprague, Jr., Carlos Delgado§, Charlie O'Brien, Alex Gonzalez [42]
Derek Wallace September 13, 1996 New York Mets Atlanta Braves 9th Terry Pendleton§ (2), Chipper Jones, Ryan Klesko, Mike Mordecai [43]
Wilson Álvarezº July 21, 1997 Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers 7th Tony Clark, Phil Nevin§, Melvin Nieves, Orlando Miller [44]
Blake Stein July 27, 1998 Oakland Athletics Tampa Bay Devil Rays 4th Bubba Trammell, Rich Butler, Mike DiFelice§, Kevin Stocker [45]
Kirt Ojalaº September 16, 1998 Florida Marlins Montreal Expos 4th Fernando Seguignol, Vladimir Guerrero§, Shane Andrews, Brad Fullmer [46]
Archie Corbin April 28, 1999 Florida Marlins Chicago Cubs 7th Benito Santiago, Tyler Houston§, Steve Trachsel, Mickey Morandini [47]
Chuck Finley May 12, 1999 Anaheim Angels New York Yankees 3rd Scott Brosius, Chuck Knoblauch, Derek Jeter§, Paul O'Neill [48]
Jerry Spradlin July 22, 1999 San Francisco Giants San Diego Padres 7th George Arias, Damian Jackson, Carlos Baerga§, Quilvio Veras [49]
Tim Wakefield August 10, 1999 Boston Red Sox Kansas City Royals 9th Chad Kreuter, Scott Pose, Johnny Damon§, Carlos Beltrán [50]
Chuck Finleyº (2) August 15, 1999 Anaheim Angels Detroit Tigers 1st Deivi Cruz, Juan Encarnación, Dean Palmer§, Tony Clark [51]
Steve Klineº August 17, 1999 Montreal Expos San Francisco Giants 7th Brent Mayne, Shawn Estes§, Marvin Benard, Ramón Martínez [52]
Chuck Finley (3) April 16, 2000 Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers 3rd Tom Evans, Royce Clayton, Chad Curtis§, Rafael Palmeiro [53]
Erik Hiljus June 30, 2001 Oakland Athletics Texas Rangers 7th Bo Porter, Michael Young§, Bill Haselman, Scott Sheldon [54]
Frank Rodriguez July 22, 2001 Cincinnati Reds Florida Marlins 7th Charles Johnson, Dave Berg, Ryan Thompson§, Mike Lowell [55]
A. J. Burnett July 5, 2002 Florida Marlins New York Mets 1st Mike Piazza, Mo Vaughn, Timo Pérez§, Roger Cedeño [56]
Kerry Woodº September 2, 2002 Chicago Cubs Milwaukee Brewers 4th Bill Hall, Ryan Thompson (2), Paul Bako§, Andrew Lorraine [57]
Kazuhiro Sasakiº April 4, 2003 Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers 9th Todd Greene, Carl Everett§, Michael Young (2), Mike Lamb [58]
Darren Dreifort May 22, 2003 Los Angeles Dodgers Colorado Rockies 2nd Bobby Estalella, Brent Butler, Aaron Cook§, Greg Norton [59]
Octavio Dotelº June 11, 2003 Houston Astros New York Yankees 8th Juan Rivera, Alfonso Soriano§, Derek Jeter (2), Jason Giambi [60]
Brad Lidge June 13, 2004 Houston Astros Milwaukee Brewers 7th Geoff Jenkins§, Keith Ginter, Ben Grieve, Chad Moeller [61]
Mike Stanton August 3, 2004 New York Mets Milwaukee Brewers 8th Gary Bennett, Scott Podsednik§, Trent Durrington, Wes Helms [62]
Jon Rauch April 26, 2006 Washington Nationals Cincinnati Reds 8th David Ross, Bronson Arroyo, Felipe López§, Adam Dunn [63]
Brad Penny September 23, 2006 Los Angeles Dodgers Arizona Diamondbacks 2nd Chad Tracy§, Stephen Drew, Miguel Batista, Eric Byrnes [64]
Scott Bakerº June 15, 2008 Minnesota Twins Milwaukee Brewers 3rd Ryan Braun, Prince Fielder§, Russell Branyan, Mike Cameron [65]
Scot Shields June 21, 2008 Los Angeles Angels Philadelphia Phillies 8th Greg Dobbs, Jimmy Rollins, Shane Victorino§, Ryan Howard [66]
Ryan Dempster October 4, 2009 Chicago Cubs Arizona Diamondbacks 5th Stephen Drew (2), Gerardo Parra§, Justin Upton, Mark Reynolds [67]
Luke Gregersondouble-dagger October 4, 2009 San Diego Padres San Francisco Giants 7th Randy Winn, Eugenio Vélez§, Andrés Torres, Juan Uribe [68]
Félix Hernándezºdouble-dagger June 3, 2010 Seattle Mariners Minnesota Twins 8th Denard Span, Matt Tolbert, Joe Mauer§, Justin Morneau [69]
Manny Parradouble-dagger June 6, 2010 Milwaukee Brewers St. Louis Cardinals 4th Albert Pujols, Ryan Ludwick, Yadier Molina§, Colby Rasmus [70]
A. J. Burnettº(2) June 24, 2011 New York Yankees Colorado Rockies 6th Chris Iannetta, Carlos González, Chris Nelson§, Todd Helton [71]
Justin Mastersonº August 4, 2011 Cleveland Indians Boston Red Sox 2nd Josh Reddick§, Jason Varitek, Marco Scutaro, Jacoby Ellsbury [72]
Jeremy Hellicksonºdouble-dagger August 25, 2011 Tampa Bay Rays Detroit Tigers 3rd Austin Jackson§, Ramón Santiago, Delmon Young, Víctor Martínez [73]
Yovani Gallardoºdouble-dagger September 17, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds 5th Devin Mesoraco, Edinson Vólquez, Brandon Phillips§, Édgar Rentería [74]
Bud Norrisdouble-dagger April 24, 2012 Houston Astros Milwaukee Brewers 3rd Travis Ishikawa§, Randy Wolf, Rickie Weeks, Ryan Braun (2) [75]
Ryan Cookºdouble-dagger April 27, 2012 Oakland Athletics Baltimore Orioles 8th J. J. Hardy, Nick Markakis, Adam Jones§, Matt Wieters [76]
Francisco Lirianoºdouble-dagger June 5, 2012 Minnesota Twins Kansas City Royals 4th Mike Moustakas, Jeff Francoeur§, Eric Hosmer, Brayan Peña [77]
Steve Delabarº August 13, 2012 Toronto Blue Jays Chicago White Sox 10th Dayán Viciedo, Tyler Flowers§, Gordon Beckham, Alejandro De Aza [78]
Jason Berkenº September 20, 2012 Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds 2nd Denis Phipps, Ryan Hanigan§, Didi Gregorius, Johnny Cueto [79]
Phil Hughesºdouble-dagger September 20, 2012 New York Yankees Toronto Blue Jays 4th J. P. Arencibia, Adeiny Hechavarria§, Anthony Gose, Brett Lawrie [80]
Zack Greinkedouble-dagger September 25, 2012 Los Angeles Angels Seattle Mariners 4th John Jaso, Eric Thames, Trayvon Robinson§, Brendan Ryan [81]
Craig Kimbrelºdouble-dagger September 26, 2012 Atlanta Braves Miami Marlins 9th Greg Dobbs (2), Donovan Solano§, John Buck, Gil Velazquez [82]
Tony Cingranidouble-dagger April 28, 2013 Cincinnati Reds Washington Nationals 4th Denard Span§ (2), Bryce Harper, Ian Desmond, Adam LaRoche [83]
Alex Cobbºdouble-dagger May 10, 2013 Tampa Bay Rays San Diego Padres 3rd Will Venable§, Chase Headley, Carlos Quentin, Yonder Alonso [84]
Aníbal Sánchezdouble-dagger October 12, 2013 Detroit Tigers Boston Red Sox 1st Jacoby Ellsbury (2), Shane Victorino§ (2), David Ortiz, Mike Napoli [85]
Zack Greinkeºdouble-dagger (2) July 25, 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants 3rd Héctor Sánchez, Tim Lincecum, Hunter Pence§, Gregor Blanco [86]
Justin Grimmdouble-dagger August 29, 2014 Chicago Cubs St. Louis Cardinals 9th Oscar Taveras, Daniel Descalso§, Matt Carpenter, Kolten Wong [87]
Óliver Pérezºdouble-dagger September 20, 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks Colorado Rockies 7th Justin Morneau§, Corey Dickerson, Michael McKenry, Matt McBride [88]
Kenley Jansenºdouble-dagger May 15, 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers Colorado Rockies 8th Carlos González§ (2), Nick Hundley, Drew Stubbs, DJ LeMahieu [89]
Sergio Santos May 16, 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers Colorado Rockies 8th DJ LeMahieu§ (2), Drew Stubbs (2), Wilin Rosario, Michael McKenry (2) [90]
Will Smithºdouble-dagger October 4, 2015 Milwaukee Brewers Chicago Cubs 9th Miguel Montero, Addison Russell§, Javier Báez, Austin Jackson (2) [91]
Tyler Duffeydouble-dagger May 8, 2016 Minnesota Twins Chicago White Sox 7th Brett Lawrie (2), Avisaíl García, Dioner Navarro§, Austin Jackson (3) [92]
Julio Teherándouble-dagger May 24, 2016 Atlanta Braves Milwaukee Brewers 2nd Jonathan Lucroy, Chris Carter, Kirk Nieuwenhuis§, Ramón Flores [93]
Ken Gilesdouble-dagger August 7, 2016 Houston Astros Texas Rangers 9th Nomar Mazara§, Shin-Soo Choo, Ian Desmond (2), Jurickson Profar [94]
Jake Thompsondouble-dagger August 12, 2016 Philadelphia Phillies Colorado Rockies 2nd David Dahl§, Ben Paulsen, Daniel Descalso (2), Jon Gray [95]
James Paxtondouble-dagger September 6, 2016 Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers 1st Delino DeShields Jr., Ian Desmond§ (3), Jonathan Lucroy (2), Elvis Andrus [96]
Jon Grayºdouble-dagger September 17, 2016 Colorado Rockies San Diego Padres 2nd Ryan Schimpf, Jon Jay§, Oswaldo Arcia, Derek Norris [97]
Nate Karnsdouble-dagger May 3, 2017 Kansas City Royals Chicago White Sox 6th Matt Davidson, Tim Anderson, Yolmer Sánchez§, Jose Abreu [98]
Craig Kimbreldouble-dagger (2) May 25, 2017 Boston Red Sox Texas Rangers 9th Nomar Mazara§ (2), Jonathan Lucroy (3), Rougned Odor, Mike Napoli (2) [99]
Mike Bolsingerºdouble-dagger July 18, 2017 Toronto Blue Jays Boston Red Sox 13th Mitch Moreland, Jackie Bradley Jr.§, Christian Vazquez, Deven Marrero [100]
Zack Godleydouble-dagger August 13, 2017 Arizona Diamondbacks Chicago Cubs 1st Jon Jay, Tommy La Stella, Victor Caratini§, Kyle Schwarber [101]
Zach Dukedouble-dagger March 29, 2018 Minnesota Twins Baltimore Orioles 7th Trey Mancini§, Tim Beckham, Craig Gentry, Chris Davis [102]
Ryan Dulldouble-dagger April 17, 2018 Oakland Athletics Chicago White Sox 8th Omar Narvaez§, Avisail Garcia (2), Jose Abreu (2), Matt Davidson (2) [103]
Miguel Díazdouble-dagger July 8, 2018 San Diego Padres Arizona Diamondbacks 11th Ketel Marte, Jake Lamb, Chris Owings§, Jon Jay [104]
German Marquezdouble-dagger October 1, 2018 Colorado Rockies Los Angeles Dodgers 4th Max Muncy§, Manny Machado, Yasmani Grandal, Walker Buehler [105]
Luke Barddouble-dagger April 22, 2019 Los Angeles Angels New York Yankees 14th Gleyber Torres§, Clint Frazier, Mike Tauchman, Kyle Higashioka [106]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The Baseball Almanac general reference below links to the profiles of each player, where their one-team status can be verified.
  2. ^ A player is considered inactive if he has announced his retirement or not played for a full season.
  3. ^ The Baseball Almanac general reference below links to the profiles of each player, where their active status can be verified.

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Archie Corbin

Archie Ray Corbin (born December 30, 1967) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He attended Beaumont-Charlton-Pollard HS. Archie came into the league without any college experience. He played for the Kansas City Royals in 1991, Baltimore Orioles in 1996, and Florida Marlins in 1999. Archie Corbin was drafted by the New York Mets in the amateur draft, but never played for them. Instead he started his career in 1991 with the Royals, being traded for Pat Tabler. Archie came into the league as a relief pitcher, which was a pitcher who came in later in the game to relief the previous pitcher. Archie played 3 years before retiring in 1999. After his career he continued to be around baseball, being a coach in Texas.

Bill Bonham

William Gordon Bonham (born October 1, 1948) was a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs (1971–77) and Cincinnati Reds (1978–80). He played for the UCLA Bruins and was a member of the 1969 College World Series team with Chris Chambliss.He helped the Reds win the 1979 National League Western Division.

Bonham led the National League in losses (22) in 1974.

On July 31, 1974, Bonham tied a Major League record (shared by 49 pitchers) by striking out four batters in an inning (2nd).

He also led the National League in earned runs allowed (120) in 1975.

In 10 years he had a 75–83 win-loss record and had 300 games, 214 games started, 27 complete games, 4 shutouts, 33 games finished, 11 saves, 1,487 ⅓ innings pitched, 1,512 hits allowed, 743 runs allowed, 662 earned runs allowed, 98 home runs allowed, 636 walks allowed, 985 strikeouts, 35 hit batsmen, 68 wild pitches, 6,484 batters faced, 57 intentional walks, 19 balks and a 4.01 ERA.

Bruce Ruffin (baseball)

Bruce Wayne Ruffin (born October 4, 1963) is an American former professional baseball pitcher who played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1986–91), Milwaukee Brewers (1992) and Colorado Rockies (1993–97).

Ruffin is a 1982 graduate of J. M. Hanks High School. Ruffin later attended the University of Texas where he was a member of the 1983 National Champional Squad. He was selected in the second round of the 1985 Major League Baseball draft. He finished 7th in voting for the 1986 National League Rookie of the Year with a 9-4 record and a 2.46 ERA. He was promoted from the minor leagues to replace Steve Carlton in the Phillies' rotation after Carlton's release.

His son Chance was later a pitcher for the Seattle Mariners.

Charlie Hough

Charles Oliver Hough (; born January 5, 1948) is a former Major League Baseball knuckleball pitcher.

Darren Dreifort

Darren James Dreifort (born May 3, 1972) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Derek Wallace

Derek Robert Wallace (born September 1, 1971) is a former professional baseball player who pitched two seasons in Major League Baseball. He attended college at Pepperdine. In 1996, he played for the New York Mets and in 1999 he played for the Kansas City Royals. Wallace compiled a career record of 2-4 in 27 games and an ERA of 3.82. Derek was born in Van Nuys, California in 1971. Wallace batted and threw right-handed. He holds the distinction of having tied a Major League record by striking out four batters in one inning.

Erik Hiljus

Erik Hiljus (born December 25, 1972) is a former right-handed Major League Baseball pitcher. Hiljus was drafted by the New York Mets in the 4th round of the 1991 amateur draft but did not debut in the major leagues until September 10, 1999 with the Detroit Tigers. Hiljus played for the Tigers in 1999 and 2000 and the Oakland Athletics in 2001 and 2002. In four seasons he earned a record of 8-3 with a 4.72 career ERA in 124 innings pitched.

Guy Morton

Guy Morton, Sr. (June 1, 1893 – October 18, 1934), nicknamed "Moose", was a Major League baseball pitcher for the Cleveland Indians. Morton was born in Vernon, AL.

His best years were from 1915 to 1919, where his ERA was below 3.00 every season, and he won 10 games four times.

Morton died at the age of 41 in Sheffield, AL from a heart attack, and was buried in Vernon City Cemetery in Vernon, AL.

Jason Berken

Jason Thomas Berken (born November 27, 1983) is an American former professional baseball pitcher. He has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago Cubs.

Jerry Spradlin

Jerry Carl Spradlin (born June 14, 1967) is a retired professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues from 1993 to 2000.

Jim Davis (baseball)

James Bennett Davis (September 15, 1924 in Red Bluff, California – November 30, 1995 in San Mateo, California) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. In 1956, he became the first pitcher in forty years to record four strikeouts in a single inning. He threw both a screwball and a knuckler.

Kirt Ojala

Kirt Stanley Ojala (born December 24, 1968) is an American former major league baseball player who is most noted for being the pitcher who gave up the 400th career home run to Barry Bonds. He was a left-handed thrower who pitched for the Florida Marlins from 1997 through 1999, when he was released from his contract.

A knuckleball specialist, Ojala pitched mostly in long relief, although he made 5 starts for the Marlins in 1997 after being called up from the minor league Charlotte Knights, and 13 the following year. On August 23, 1998, he gave up a solo home run to Bonds in the top of the third inning in Pro Player Stadium, giving Bonds 400 homers for his career.On September 16, 1998 Ojala became one of only 50 major league pitchers to strike out four batters in a single inning. He spent time in the Cincinnati Reds organization prior to the Marlins. Following his release by Florida, he briefly was a member of the Boston Red Sox. He finished with a career record of 3 wins and 10 losses and a career batting average of .121.

Ojala was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, graduated from Portage Central High School and The University of Michigan. Since retiring, he has been in the commercial real estate/property management business in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Mario Soto (baseball)

Mario Melvin Soto (born July 12, 1956) is a former Major League pitcher, mostly as a starter, for the Cincinnati Reds from 1977 through 1988. He currently works in the Reds' front office.

Matt Young

Matthew John Young (born August 9, 1958) an American former professional baseball player. Young played eleven seasons in Major League Baseball for a variety of teams over his career, and is best known for his unofficial no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians while a member of the Boston Red Sox.

Mike Paxton

Michael De Wayne Paxton (born September 3, 1953) is a former Major League Baseball starting pitcher. He batted and threw right-handed.

Paxton was originally drafted out of Oakhaven High School in Memphis by the New York Yankees in the 1971 Major League Baseball draft, but did not sign, choosing instead to attend Memphis State. After four seasons with the Memphis Tigers, in which he was a four-year letter winner under head coach Bobby Kilpatrick, Paxton was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 1975 Major League Baseball draft.

He debuted with the Red Sox on May 25, 1977, starting the second game of a doubleheader with the Minnesota Twins, as he pitched 2.1 innings to take the loss. For the season, Paxton went 10-5 with a 3.83 earned run average and 58 strikeouts splitting his time as a starter, and out of the bullpen.

Following his only season with the BoSox, Paxton was dealt to the Cleveland Indians with Ted Cox, Bo Díaz and Rick Wise for Dennis Eckersley and Fred Kendall. His most productive season came in 1978 with Cleveland, when he recorded career-highs in wins (12), strikeouts (96), ERA (3.86), shutouts (2), complete games (5) and innings pitched (191.0). On July 21, 1978, Paxton struck out four batters in the fifth inning of an 11–0 win over the Seattle Mariners.

Paxton was in the Indians' starting rotation again in 1979. After playing in four games for the Indians in 1980, he spent most of 1980 and all of 1981 in the minors before retiring.

Mike Scott (baseball)

Michael Warren Scott (born April 26, 1955) is an American former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the New York Mets and the Houston Astros. He won the National League Cy Young Award in 1986. Scott is part of a select group of pitchers that have thrown a no-hitter and struck out 300 batters in the same season.

Orval Overall

Orval Overall (February 2, 1881 – July 14, 1947) was an American pitcher in Major League Baseball. He was a member of the Chicago Cubs dynasty of the early 1900s.

Paul Assenmacher

Paul Andre Assenmacher (born December 10, 1960) is a former left-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for fourteen seasons. Assenmacher pitched for the Atlanta Braves (1986–1989), Chicago Cubs (1989–1993), New York Yankees (1993), Chicago White Sox (1994) and the Cleveland Indians (1995–1999). Assenmacher played college baseball at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He then went on to sign as an amateur free agent with the Atlanta Braves in 1983, making his major league debut with them on April 12, 1986.

In his career, Assenmacher compiled a record of 61-44 with a 3.51 ERA, saving 56 games and making one career start in 884 games. He is tied with Mike Jackson for most games pitched in the 1990s (644).

Assenmacher has spent nine seasons as the pitching coach for the baseball team at St. Pius X Catholic High School in Atlanta.

Pete Richert

Peter Gerard Richert (born October 29, 1939), is an American former professional baseball left-handed pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1962–1964, 1972–1973), Washington Senators (1965–1967), Baltimore Orioles (1967–1971), St. Louis Cardinals (1974), and Philadelphia Phillies (1974).

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