Who's Going to Throw the Next Perfect Game/No-Hitter in MLB?
List Criteria: Vote up for the MLB pitcher that you think will be the next to throw a perfect game or a no-hitter.
There are so many dominant pitchers in the game of baseball today as evident by the average strikeout rate of many MLB batters going up and their batting average going down. So with Homer Bailey throwing his second no-hitter in two days I was wondering which MLB pitcher will be the next one to go nine without allowing a hit. If I were a betting man my money would be on Matt Harvey, Homer Bailey, Clayton Kershaw or Chris Sale, but as you know I'm a man of the people. So I want to know what the people of Ranker think, who do you think will be the next pitcher to go nine without allowing a hit, I put 20 pitchers that I think all have a chance of doing the unthinkable, but if you think I left someone out, add them in. Enjoy!
Clayton Kershaw is a dominant left-handed American who pitches for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Clayton is one of the top young pitchers in the game, he won the Triple Crown for pitching in 2011, it's just a matter of time before he throws a perfect game or a no-hitter.
Chris Sale is a dominant left-handed American who pitches for the Chicago White Sox. Chris Sale pitching repertoire is NASTY, earlier this season he pitched a one hit shutout, with the lone hit coming from Mike Trout, it's just a matter of time before Chris doesn't allow any hits.
Matt Harvey is a dominant right-handed American who pitches for the New York Mets. Matt Harvey has had two no-hitters broken up in the sixth inning twice already in his young career. It's just a matter of time till he is able to go through all nine without allowing a hit.
Stephen Strasburg is a dominant right-handed American who pitches for the Washington Nationals. Stephen Strasburg's stuff is filthy with a capital F, it's just a matter of time before he throws a perfect game or a no-hitter.
Julio Teheran is a right-handed Colombian who pitches for the Atlanta Braves. Julio Teheran is finally starting to come into his own as a pitcher. Earlier this season Julio had a no-hit bid broken up in the seventh inning.
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