Monday, October 10, 2011

What is a perfect game in baseball?

"A no-hitter in which no opposing player reaches first base, either by a base hit, base on balls, hit batter, or fielding error; i.e., the pitcher or pitchers retire all twenty-seven opposing batters in order."
Paul Dickson in The New Baseball Dictionary (1999)


Perfect Games by Pitchers - Baseball Almanac


Perfect Games (MLB.com)Only 20 pitchers have tossed perfect games in Major League history.

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