April 4, 2001: Red Sox pitcher Hideo Nomo throws his unprecedented second no-hitter against the Baltimore Orioles.
He walked three batters and struck out 11 in Camden Yards' first no-hitter and the Red Sox's first no-hitter since 1965. The game came less than four years after his first no-hitter against the Colorado Rockies in Coors Field.
Nomo's no-hitter was the earliest in a season in MLB history. He finished the season as the league-leader in strikeouts.