Cubs starter Alec Mills threw a no-hitter last month and his performance has since been commemorated in Cooperstown.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum obtained the hat Mills wore during his no-no against the Brewers on Sept. 13, along with a ball from the game.
Jon Shestakofsky, the Hall of Fame's vice president of communications and education, thanked Mills and the Cubs for the donation on Twitter.
The cap worn by @ATMills37 during his no-hitter on September 13, and a ball from that game, have arrived @baseballhall, allowing this historic moment to be preserved forever in Cooperstown. Thank you, Alec, and thank you @Cubs! pic.twitter.com/m7uEsI0oJ7— Jon Shestakofsky (@Shesta_HOF) October 8, 2020
Pretty cool! An incredible honor just to have a little something in the same building as all those greats! https://t.co/PHelHOE1My— Alec Mills (@ATMills37) October 8, 2020
Mills threw just the 16th no-hitter in Cubs history, so it's only right the outing will be remembered among the game's other memorable achievements.