Update 4/21/2016: Jake Arrieta joins the list with a no-hitter over the Reds, his second no-hitter in as many seasons.
Update 10/3/2015: Max Scherzer no-hit the Mets on the final Saturday of the regular season, his second no-no in the same season, to go along with his June 20 no-hitter against the Pirates.
Update 6/25/2014: Tim Lincecum has no-hit the Padres for a second time in two years.
Update 7/2/2013: Homer Bailey just threw the second no-hitter of his career and joins this prestigious list.
Justin Verlander threw the second no-hitter of his career, mowing down Blue Jay after Blue Jay with a 100+ MPH fastball. He became the 26th pitcher in MLB history to throw more than one no-hitter. The full list:
Nolan Ryan (7)
Sandy Koufax (4)
Bob Feller (3)
Larry Corcoran (3)
Cy Young (3)
Johnny Vander Meer
Halladay's second no-hitter was in the playoffs, pitching one against the Cincinnati Reds just months after a perfect game against the Florida Marlins in May.
Verlander's first no-hitter was in 2007 against the Milwaukee Brewers. The longest gap between no-hitters was that between the first and seventh(!) from Nolan Ryan, whose first was in 1973 and last was in 1991.
Only five pitchers have thrown more than two no-hitters, so with Verlander only being 28 years old, every start he makes from now on will have an added measure of interest. Only five more to catch Nolan Ryan there, Justin!