Walter Johnson throws only career no-hitter
Nicknamed “The Big Train,” Johnson would spend his entire career with the Senators. Over his 21 years, he would amass 417 wins, ranking second all-time behind fellow Hall of Famer Cy Young. His 5,914.1 innings rank third all-time behind Young and Pud Galvin. Johnson also ranks ninth in career strikeouts – his 3,509 Ks ranked first on the all-time list from his retirement in 1927 until Nolan Ryan passed him in 1983 – and 12th in earned-run average.