Justin Verlander

Birthdate2/20/1983
Death Date
Debut Year2005
Year of Induction
Teams Astros, Tigers
Position Pitcher

With three no-hitters, a World Series ring, 200+ wins, the Rookie of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP awards, Justin Verlander is headed for the Hall.

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Only Nolan Ryan and Sandy Koufax have more no-hitters than Justin Verlander

Only Nolan Ryan and Sandy Koufax have more no-hitters than Justin Verlander

Winner of the 2011 Cy Young and MVP Award, Justin Verlander has shown dominance worthy of Cooperstown consideration. With three no-hitters to his credit, only Nolan Ryan (7), and Sandy Koufax (4) have more. His first came on June 12, 2007. In command from the start, Verlander struck out the firs
Umpire Dale Scott was the crew chief for Verlander's no-hitters in 2007 and 2011

Umpire Dale Scott was the crew chief for Verlander's no-hitters in 2007 and 2011

The first piece of memorabilia on this page is a ticket to Justin Verlander’s first career no hitter in 2007 signed by the pitcher. Umpiring first base that day was the crew chief Dale Scott. Baseball’s first openly gay ump, Scott made his big league debut in 1985 and was still going strong when Verlander pitched his gem
Dan Iassogna was part of Dale Scott's crew for two of Justin Verlander's no-hitters

Dan Iassogna was part of Dale Scott's crew for two of Justin Verlander's no-hitters

As part of Crew Chief Dale Scott’s crew, Dan Iassogna also umpired Justin Verlander’s first two no-hitters. In 2007 when the Tiger ace whitewashed the Brewers in Detroit, Iassogna worked third base. Four years later in Toronto, Iassogna was at second. Iassogna worked his first big league

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