Which baseball players were the first to hit a no-hitter in the American League?

Baltimore Orioles
Hoyt Wilhelm, Sep 2, 1958 vs. New York, (1-0)

Boston Red Sox
Cy Young, May 5, 1904 vs. Philadelphia, (3-0), perfect game. Young defeated Rube Waddell.

California Angels
Bo Belinksy, May 5, 1962 vs. Baltimore, (2-0)

Chicago White Sox
Nixey Callahan, Sep 20, 1902 vs. Detroit, (3-0)

Cleveland Indians
Earl Moore, May 9, 1901 vs. Chicago, (2-4, 10 innings)

Detroit Tigers
George Mullin, July 4, 1912 vs. St. Louis, (7-0)

Kansas City A’s
None

Kansas City Royals
Steve Busby, April 27, 1973 vs. Detroit, (3-0)

Minnesota Twins
Jack Kralick, August 26, 1963 vs. Kansas City, (1-0)

New York Yankees
Tom Hughes, August 30, 1910 vs. Cleveland, (0-5, 11 innings)

Oakland A’s
Catfish Hunter, May 8, 1968 vs. Minnesota, (4-0), perfect game

Philadelphia A’s
Weldon Henley, July 22, 1905 vs. St. Louis, (6-0)

St. Louis Browns
Earl Hamilton, August 30, 1912 vs. Detroit, (5-1)

Seattle Mariners
None

Tampa Bay Devil Rays
None

Texas Rangers
Jim Bibby, July 7, 1973 vs. Oakland, (6-0)

Toronto Blue Jays
Dave Stieb, September 2, 1990 vs. Cleveland

Washington Senators (original)
Walter Johnson, July 1, 1920 vs. Boston, (1-0)

Washington Senators (expansion)
None

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