By The Associated Press

(Nine innings or more)

SEVEN

1991 (5 individual and 2 combined)

May 1 – Nolan Ryan, Texas def. Toronto, 3-0.

May 23 – Tommy Greene, Philadelphia def. Montreal, 2-0.

July 13 – Bob Milacki (6), Mike Flanagan (1), Mark Williamson (1) and Gregg Olson (1), Baltimore def. Oakland, 2-0.

July 28 – x-Dennis Martinez, Montreal def. L.A. Dodgers, 2-0.

Aug. 11 – Wilson Alvarez, Chicago White Sox def. Baltimore, 7-0.

Aug. 26 – Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City def. Chicago White Sox, 7-0.

Sept. 11 – Kent Mercker (6 innings), Mark Wohlers (2) and Alejandro Pena (1) vs. San Diego, 1-0.

1990 (6 individual and 1 combined)

April 11 – Mark Langston (7) and Mike Witt (2), California Angels def. Seattle, 1-0.

June 2 – Randy Johnson, Seattle def. Detroit, 2-0.

June 11 – Nolan Ryan, Texas def. Oakland, 5-0.

June 29 – Dave Stewart, Oakland def. Toronto, 5-0.

June 29 – Fernando Valenzuela, L.A. Dodgers def. St. Louis, 6-0.

Aug. 15 – Terry Mulholland, Philadelphia def. San Francisco, 6-0.

Sept. 2 – Dave Stieb, Toronto def. Cleveland, 3-0.

SIX

2010 (6 individual)

April 17 – Ubaldo Jimenez, Colorado at Atlanta, 4-0.

May 9 – x-Dallas Braden, Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, 4-0.

May 29 – x-Roy Halladay, Philadelphia at Florida, 1-0.

June 26 – Edwin Jackson, Arizona at Tampa Bay, 1-0.

July 26 – Matt Garza, Tampa Bay vs. Detroit, 5-0.

Oct. 6 – w-Roy Halladay, Philadelphia vs. Cincinnati, 4-0, NLDS.

1969 (6 individual)

April 17 – Bill Stoneman, Montreal def. Philadelphia, 7-0.

April 30 – Jim Maloney, Cincinnati def. Houston, 10-0.

May 1 – Don Wilson, Houston def. Cincinnati, 4-0.

Aug. 13 – Jim Palmer, Baltimore def. Oakland, 8-0.

Aug. 19 – Ken Holtzman, Chicago Cubs def. Atlanta, 3-0.

Sept. 20 – Bob Moose, Pittsburgh def. N.Y. Mets, 4-0.

1917 (5 individual and 1 combined)

April 14 – Eddie Cicotte, Chicago White Sox def. St. Louis Browns, 11-0.

April 24 – George Mogridge, N.Y. Yankees def. Boston, 2-1.

May 2 – Fred Toney, Cincinnati def. y-Chicago Cubs, 1-0, 10 innings.

May 5 – Ernie Koob, St. Louis Browns def. Chicago White Sox, 1-0.

May 6 – Bob Groom, St. Louis Browns def. Chicago White Sox, 3-0.

June 23 – z-Babe Ruth (0) and Ernie Shore (9), Boston def, Washington Senators, 4-0.

1915 (6 individual)

April 15 – Rube Marquard, N.Y. Giants def. Brooklyn Robins, 2-0.

April 24 – Frank Allen, Pittsburgh Rebels def. St. Louis Terriers, 2-0.

May 15 – Claude Hendrix, Chicago Whales def. Pittsburgh Rebels, 10-0.

Aug. 16 – Alex Main, Kansas City Packers def. Buffalo Blues, 5-0.

Aug. 31 – Jimmy Lavender, Chicago Cubs def. N.Y. Giants, 2-0.

Sept. 7 – Dave Davenport, St. Louis Terriers def. Chicago Whales, 3-0.

1908 (6 individual)

June 30 – Cy Young, Boston def. N.Y. Highlanders, 8-0.

July 4 – Hooks Wiltse, New York Giants def. Philadelphia, 1-0, 10 innings.

Sept. 5 – Nap Rucker, Brooklyn Superbas def. Boston Doves, 6-0.

Sept. 18 – Bob Rhoads, Cleveland Naps def. Boston Red Sox, 2-1.

Sept. 20 – Frank Smith, Chicago White Sox def. Philadelphia Athletics, 1-0.

Oct. 2 – x-Addie Joss, Cleveland Naps def. Chicago White Sox, 1-0.

FIVE

1973 (5 individual)

April 27 – Steve Busby, Kansas City def. Detroit, 3-0.

May 15 – Nolan Ryan, California Angels def. Kansas City, 3-0.

July 15 – Nolan Ryan, California Angels def. Detroit, 6-0.

July 30 – Jm Bibby, Texas def. Oakland, 6-0.

Aug. 5 – Phil Niekro, Atlanta def. San Diego, 9-0.

1968 (5 individual)

April 27 – Tom Phoebus, Baltimore def. Boston, 6-0.

May 8 – x-Catfish Hunter, Oakland def. Minnesota, 4-0.

July 29 – George Culver, Cincinnati def. Philadelphia, 6-1.

Sept. 17 – Gaylord Perry, San Francisco def. St. Louis, 1-0.

Sept. 18 – Ray Washburn, St. Louis def. San Francisco, 2-0.

1962 (5 individual)

May 5 – Bo Belinsky, L.A. Angels def. Baltimore, 2-0.

June 26 – Earl Wilson, Boston def. L.A. Angels, 2-0.

June 30 – Sandy Koufax, L.A. Dodgers def. N.Y. Mets, 5-0.

Aug. 1 – Bill Monbouquette, Boston def. Chicago White Sox, 1-0.

Aug. 26 – Jack Kralick, Minnesota def. Kansas City, 1-0.

w-postseason

x-perfect game

y-Cubs pitcher Hippo Vaughn threw a no-hitter through 9 innings

z-Ruth was ejected after walking the first batter