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List of clubs to be no-hit most frequently

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The following is a list (in descending order) of franchises that have been no-hit most often. 

19: Philadelphia Phillies (Philadelphia Quakers)
17: Los Angeles Dodgers (Brooklyn Robins, Brooklyn Grooms, Brooklyn Bridegrooms, Brooklyn Superbas)
16: Atlanta Braves (Boston Braves, Boston Red Caps, Boston Beaneaters, Boston Doves, Boston Bees)
16: San Francisco Giants (New York Giants)
14: Baltimore Orioles (St. Louis Browns)
14: Detroit Tigers
14: Oakland Athletics (Kansas City Athletics, Philadelphia Athletics)
13: Chicago White Sox
11: Cleveland Indians (Cleveland Naps)
11: Boston Red Sox
11: Pittsburgh Pirates (Pittsburgh Alleghenys)
11: Cincinnati Reds (Cincinnati Red Stockings)
9: Minnesota Twins (Washington Senators)
9: St. Louis Cardinals (St. Louis Browns/Brown Stockings -- American Association)
8: San Diego Padres
7: New York Yankees (New York Highlanders)
7: Los Angeles Angels (Anaheim Angels, California Angels)
6: Chicago Cubs
6: New York Mets
5: Houston Astros (Houston Colt .45s)
5: Tampa Bay Rays (Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
4: Washington Nationals (Montreal Expos)
4: Texas Rangers (Washington Senators)
4: Toronto Blue Jays
3: Milwaukee Brewers
3: Seattle Mariners
3: Colorado Rockies
2: Arizona Diamondbacks
2: Kansas City Royals
2: Miami/Florida Marlins

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