Cy Young (3), Bob Feller (3), Larry Corcoran (3), Sandy Koufax (4) and Nolan Ryan (7) are the only people in the history of Major League Baseball to throw more than two no-hitters during their careers.

No-hitters are not as rare as they used to be, as there were seven no-hitters thrown in 2015 alone, but they’re still tough a tough feat to accomplish.

On Thursday, New Hampshire junior left-handed pitcher Brennen Oxford did something that has most likely never been done in the history of baseball.

Oxford pitched his FOURTH consecutive no-hitter in his team’s 6-0 victory on Thursday and has now gone 30.2 innings without allowing a single hit.

This might be one of the greatest accomoplishments in sports and is a streak that will most likely never get topped.