Clifford Day Chambers (January 10, 1922 – January 21, 2012) The highlight of Cliff Chambers’ big-league career took place on May 6, 1951. He pitched a no-hitter for the Pirates vs. the Boston Braves, the first Pirates no-no in 44 years. The hard-throwing lefty debuted with the Cubs in 1948 after posting a 24–9 season in the Pacific Coast League. A marginal MLB pitcher, with a sub-.500 lifetime record, Chambers’ best year was 1949 when he compiled a 13–7 record with 3.96 ERA for the Bucs. The following year he lost 15 games. His no-hitter was one of three wins in 1951 before he was traded to St. Louis, where he had an 11–6 record for the Cards over the balance of the season. A broken wrist in 1952 essentially ended his fairly vanilla Major League career. The Washington State University grad later became a certified financial planner in Idaho. He passed away in 2012 at 90 years old.