Baseball is just a funny game, plain and simple. It's the level of unpredictability that keeps us on our toes, the edges of our seat, or just flat out guessing. Of its most incredible feats, forecasting a no-hitter is certainly the most difficult.
Throughout the game's history, we've seen Hall of Fame pitchers hurl their way into greatness, surprising no one and leaving us saying, "Well, it was only a matter of time." Then again, we've seen journeymen, scrubs, throw nothing but zeroes up in the hit column, leaving us to wonder how they did it.
That's why baseball is such a funny game. Elite talents have never achieved the accomplishment, and yet, guys barely making it by at the Major League level have achieved baseball immortality. Nolan Ryan had some of the nastiest "stuff" in baseball, and his no-hitters came with frequency. But who would have expected Armando Galarraga to toss a perfect game? (Which he did, by the way)
With that in mind, let's take a look back at the most improbable no-hitter in every team's history. Let's take a look at the unexpected, the unlikely. Of course, those teams that have never thrown no-hitters (I'm looking at you, the New York Mets and San Diego Padres) will not be included.