No-Hitters by FlaxmanR

Question 9

On May 6, 1953, this 30-year-old rookie threw a no-hitter in his first major league start, the only pitcher in the modern era to do so, but by late July he had been waived. Ironically, his last major league appearance came *before* that of the man whose nickname he had been given, even though he was 16 years younger. Name this pitcher who shared a nickname with Louis Norman Newsom and was one of just four men to throw a no-hitter as a St. Louis Brown.

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