Like the Gooden Old Days: No-hitter for Doc
May 14, 1996
Out of baseball since June 1994 because of cocaine problems, Dwight Gooden returned to the majors this year with the Yankees. In only his seventh start with them, Gooden revives memories of his dominating performances with the Mets by pitching the first no-hitter of his 12-year career. He strikes out six and walks five in beating the Seattle Mariners, 2-0, at Yankee Stadium.
"This is the greatest feeling, especially because I did it in New York," he says. "With ...
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