This Day in Mariners History – Bosio No-Hitter

It is kind of ironic that a day after White Sox starter Philip Humber threw the 21st perfect game in baseball history, we get a chance to revisit the second no-hitter in Mariners history.

On this date 20 years ago (April 22, 1993), Chris Bosio threw the second no-hitter in Mariners history, beating the Boston Red Sox 7-0 in the Kingdome. Bosio walked the first two batters, then tossed a double play ball to start a string of 26 straight batters retired to end the game.

Chris Bosio threw the second no-hitter in Mariners history on April 22, 1993.

- JE

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My uncle was at that game and mailed it to Bosio to sign. He signed his Mariners ticket and mailed it back to my uncle. When I was 12 my uncle gave it to me for my b-day… wonder how much it could be worth? Any ideas?

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