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The Browns' Bobo Holloman and the most improbable no-hitters in baseball history

The Browns' Bobo Holloman and the most improbable no-hitters in baseball history

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On May 6, 1953, pitcher Bobo Holloman of the Browns did something that no player in the modern era had done before - throw a no-hitter in his first big league start. 

It wasn't until last season that someone else matched that feat, when Tyler Gilbert of the Diamondbacks no-hit the Rockies.

On the anniversary of Holloman's feat, we take a look back at that day and other unusual no-hitters in baseball history.

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