[ nˈə͡ʊhˈɪt], [ nˈəʊhˈɪt], [ n_ˈəʊ_h_ˈɪ_t]
How to use "No-hit" in context?
It's strange to think about, but there have been complete games in the major leagues where no batter reached base. And while it's not an occurrence that happens much anymore, it does happen from time to time.
One of the most famous instances was on July 8, 1921, when George Kell of the Philadelphia Athletics blanked the Chicago White Sox. It was the first time that had ever happened in the sport, and it still stands as the only no-hit game in baseball history.
These days, no-hitters are much more common, with teams putting together an average of around one per season.
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