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

Arizona Diamondbacks
None

Atlanta Braves
Phil Niekro, August 7, 1973 vs. San Diego, (9-0)

Boston Braves
Frank Pfeffer, May 8, 1907 vs. Cincinnati, (6-0)

Brooklyn Dodgers
Mal Eason, July 20, 1906 vs. St. Louis, (2-0)

Chicago Cubs
Bob Wicker, June 11, 1904 vs. New York, (1-0, 12 innings)

Cincinnati Reds
Fred Toney, May 2, 1917 vs. Chicago, (1-0, 10 innings)

Colorado Rockies
None

Florida Marlins
Al Leiter, May 11, 1996 vs. Colorado, (11-0)

Houston Astros
Don Nottebart, May 17, 1963 vs. Philadelphia, (4-1)

Los Angeles Dodgers
Sandy Koufax, June 30, 1962 vs. New York, (5-0)

Milwaukee Braves
Jim Wilson, June 12, 1954 vs. Philadelphia, (2-0)

Montreal Expos
Bill Stoneman, April 17, 1969 vs. Philadelphia, (7-0)

New York Giants
Christy Mathewson, July 15, 1901 vs. St. Louis, (5-0)

New York Mets
None

Philadelphia Phillies
Chick Fraser, Sep 18, 1903 vs. Chicago, (10-0)

Pittsburgh Pirates
Nick Maddox, Sep 20, 1907 vs. Brooklyn, (2-1)

St. Louis Cardinals
Jesse Haines, July 17, 1924 vs. Boston, (5-0)

San Diego Padres
None

San Francisco Giants
Juan Marichal, June 15, 1963 vs. Houston, (1-0)

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