Coors Light Cold Hard Facts

Carlos Ruiz joins Jason Varitek as the only catchers to catch four no-hitters.

Cole Hamels throws the third no-hitter of the 2015 season, marking the first time the Cubs have been no-hit since 1965 (Sandy Koufax).

Masahiro Tanaka became the first Yankee pitcher to win 20 of his first 33 career starts since Whitey Ford.

Clayton Kershaw becomes the first pitcher since 1900 with three straight starts allowing no runs, striking out 10 or more and walking none.

Joe Ross (11 K) records the most strikeouts by a Nationals rookie since Stephen Strasburg had 14 in his MLB debut in 2010.

Chris Sale is the first pitcher to strike out 10 or more batters in six consecutive starts since Randy Johnson did so in 2002.

Alex Rodriguez joins Wade Boggs and Derek Jeter as the third player to hit a HR for his 3,000th career hit.

Chris Sale is the third pitcher since 1900 with 12 or more strikeouts in five consecutive starts (Randy Johnson in 1998, Pedro Martinez in 1999).

The Warriors become the first team since the 1990-91 Bulls to win an NBA title without any NBA Finals experience on the roster.

Andre Iguodala is the first player to score 25 or more points in an NBA Finals-clinching win without having a 25-point game that season.

Andre Iguodala becomes the first NBA Finals MVP with zero starts in that regular season.

Steve Kerr becomes the first rookie head coach to win an NBA title since Pat Riley won with 1981-82 Lakers.

Stephen Curry is the sixth player in NBA history to win his first NBA MVP award and his first title in the same season.

The Warriors win their first NBA championship since 1975. The 39-season gap between titles is the longest in NBA history.

The Blackhawks clinch their first Stanley Cup title on home ice since April 12, 1938.

The Blackhawks win their sixth Stanley Cup in franchise history, tying the Bruins for the second-most among U.S.-based franchises (Red Wings, 11).

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