In Toronto James Paxton, a Canadian, threw a no-hitter for Seattle. At the other end of the spectrum, Dylan Bundy threw a no-outer versus Kansas City at home in Baltimore. Dylan’s line was zero innings pitched, five hits, two walks, and four homers. We wonder what the worst no-outer in history is? We checked the AL record for runs in the first inning, 14 twice and neither had as bad a start. The NL record was in 1894 so there was no box score. Mike Wright, jr managed to trade outs for runs in the first (three outs and three more runs) so KC got ten in the first. Good luck to Dylan on his next start. He might need it.