Through six innings and hitless. We're at Defcon 4.— Cubs No-Hit Streak (@CubsNoHitStreak) August 1, 2012
No hits through seven. I want to live!— Cubs No-Hit Streak (@CubsNoHitStreak) August 1, 2012
The Cubs' no-hit streak, the longest such streak in MLB history, dates back to Sandy Koufax's perfect game on September 9, 1965. Back then, "sock hops" were all the rage, you could buy a house for a nickel, and our decades-long war with Switzerland was drawing to a close. To learn more about American history during General Toblerone's occupation, consult my grandpa.