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10 MLB Pitchers Most Likely to Throw the Next No-Hitter After Reid Detmers

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Reid Detmers
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Nestor Cortes
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Los Angeles Angels left-hander Reid Detmers made history Tuesday night when he threw the first individual no-hitter of the 2022 season, blanking the Tampa Bay Rays on 108 pitches while allowing one walk and striking out two.With a 5.32 ERA on the season entering play on Tuesday, and just 10 MLB starts under his belt, Detmers was an unlikely candidate to toss the season's first solo no-no, even in a year when there have been more than a few breakout pitching performances.That makes trying to predict who will throw baseball's next no-hitter something of a crap shoot, but we're going to give it a try anyway.Ahead, we've highlighted 10 pitchers we think have the best chance to make history next, based on their early-season success, past track record, and quality of their stuff.Who is your pick to throw the next no-hitter?Armed with a six-pitch repertoire that includes a mid-90s fastball, terrific cutter and two plus breaking pitches, Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Walker Buehler is as effective as any pitcher in baseball at keeping opposing hitters off balance.He worked the first six innings of a combined no-hitter against the San Diego Padres in 2018, and he threw seven no-hit innings against the Arizona Diamondbacks last June before giving up a leadoff single to start the eighth.The 27-year-old has undoubtedly developed into one of the game's top pitchers, and following a fourth-place finish in NL Cy Young voting last season, he's off to an even better start this year with a 1.96 ERA in 36.2 innings and a complete-game shutout already under his belt.Corbin Burnes was arguably the most dominant pitcher in baseball last season, leading the majors in ERA (2.43) and strikeouts per nine innings (12.6) while racking up 234 punchouts in 167 innings on his way to NL Cy Young honors.His stuff is electric, and he's missing plenty of bats again this season with 50 strikeouts in 38.2 innings over his first six starts to go along with a 1.86 ERA and 0.80 WHIP.

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