When did the Yankees last go without a hit?

In the past 60+ years, the New York Yankees haven’t had a single hit, but when were the Yankees last no-hit?

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the New York Yankees rarely get no-hit given their long history of success. In actuality, it has only happened once since 1958 and seven times overall since 1900.

Christian Javier, a pitcher for the Houston Astros, was attempting to alter that on June 25. Despite allowing a few walks, Javier pitched seven innings against the Yankees, the baseball team with the greatest record, before being relieved. The combined no-hitter, nevertheless, remained unbroken.

Having said that, many fans were left wondering when the Yankees had previously been no-hit due to their 0 in the hit column.

When the Yankees last went without a hit

The last time the Yankees were no-hit, as observed by ESPN’s Jeff Passan, was actually against the team threatening to do it again: the Houston Astros. That happened in 2003, almost two decades ago, and that was also a combined no-no.

In that contest, the Astros’ pitchers Roy Oswalt (1.0), Peter Munro (2.2), Kirk Saarloos (1.1), Brad Lidge (2.0), Octavio Dotel (1.0), and Billy Wagner (1.0) all failed to allow New York to record a hit.

The Astros staff still had a no-hitter in the bottom of the eighth inning after Javier was replaced by Hector Neris, but history might change soon enough.