Bob pitched his third, and last, no-hitter on July 1, 1951, as Cleveland beat Detroit 2-1.
On Aprl 30, 1946, Bob beat the Yankees 1-0 pitching his second career no-hitter.
Bob pitched his first no-hitter on April 16, 1940, beating the White Sox 1-0.
Feller had 12 career one-hitters.
Feller led the American League in strike outs seven times.
Feller had 15 strike outs in his first Major League start. They came in a 4-1 win over the St. Louis Browns on August 25, 1936.
Feller missed 4 seasons during the prime of his career. He was busy serving his country during World War II.
Feller hit eight career home runs.
In 1946 Feller had a career low 2.18 ERA.
Feller had 44 career shut-outs.
Bob had 21 career saves.
Feller had 2,581 career strike outs.
Feller won 266 games in his career.
Feller won 26 games in 1946.
Feller won 25 games in 1941.
In 1951, Feller won 22 games. It maked the sixth time in his career that he had won at least 20 games.
In 1940, Feller won a career high 27 games.
Feller won 24 games in the 1939.
Bob won 17 games in 1938.
Feller had a winning record in his first thirteen Major League seasons.
Bob made his Major League debut on July 19, 1936, at the age of 17.
Bob's nickname was "Rapid Robert."
Bob pitched for the Cleveland Indians.