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U.S. PLAYING CARDSUCHIKAWA,SEIICHIUECKER,BOB
UEHARA,KOJIUEHARRA,KOJIUGGLA,DAN
UGUETO,LUISUHLAENDER,TEDUJDUR,JERRY
ULACIA,DENNISULACIA,YOLEXISULTRA
ULTRASAURUSUMBRICHT,JIMUMPHLETT,TOM
UNDERWOOD,TOMUNGLAUB,BOBUNGS,NIC
UNITED ARAB EMIRATESUNITED KINGDOMUNROE,RILEY
UNSER,DELUNSWORTH,DYLANUPCHURCH,STEVEN
UPPER DECKUPPER DECK MVPUPPER DECK POWERDECK
UPPERMAN,CASEYUPSHAW,CECILUPSHAW,WILLIE
UPTON,BJUPTON,JUSTINUPTON,KATE
UPTON,TOMURANUSURBAN,JACK
URBAN,JEFFURBINA,JUANURBINA,UGUETH
URENA,CARLOSURIAS,JULIOURIBE,JOSE
URIBE,JUANURLAUB,JEFFURRUTIA,HENRY
URRUTIA,OSMANYUS FLAGUSHER,BOB
USHER,BOBBYUSS SEADRAGONUTLEY,CHASE
UZUKI,KAZUO


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There has only been one no-hitter in Opening Day history. Cleveland pitcher Bob Feller, then just 21 years old, threw it against the Chicago White Sox at Comiskey Park on April 16, 1940.