To pitch a perfect game there cannot be any hits. Reached on errors are not counted as hits and do not factor against a prefect game. There cannot be any walk of hit-by -pitches. For one pitcher to throw a perfect game, she has to pitch the entire game.
No, not in a Major League Baseball game. If Cobb ever played in Canada it would have been in an exhibition, but, probably he never did.
Sandy Koufax pitched four no-hitters, one of them being a perfect game. He threw no-hitters in 1962, 1963, and 1964 and threw his perfect game in 1965.
To me, just playing the game is perfect in itself....
Yes. I was there !!
You may want to pitch a perfect game in Mario Superstar Baseball. There is no easy way to do it besides luck or by practicing.
A perfect game is when a pitcher doesn't allow any baserunners, facing the minimum of 27 hitters.
No Joe Mauer is a catcher who does not pitch
No, he has not.
Twice. Jim Bunning of the Phillies threw a perfect game against the New York Mets on June 21, 1964 at Shea Stadium. Roy Halladay threw a perfect game against the Florida Marlins on May 29, 2010, at Sun Life Stadium.
May 17, 1998
No on 10/2/08 addie joss of the Cleveland Naps threw a 74 pitch perfect game against the CWS both wrong 1944 58 pitches by someone whos name escapes me The person you are thinking of is Red Barrett of the Boston Braves who threw a 58 pitch shutout against the Cincinnati Reds on August 10, 1944. That was not a perfect game. Since pitch counts have been kept Joss' 74 against the White Sox is the fewest pitches in a perfect game. Cone is second with 88.
No one has ever pitched a perfect game against the New York Yankees.
He didn't pitch 10 perfect innings.He pitched 12 perfect innings. One of the many baseball cards years ago incorrectly referred to 10 perfect innings,but it was 12 perfect innings
Don Larsen, 1956.
no he had 7 no hitters but never could get that perfect game due to the fact that he never had very good control. no he had 7 no hitters but never could get that perfect game due to the fact that he never had very good control.
No one has ever thrown more than one perfect game in their career. However a couple players have thrown both a no-hitter and a perfect game in their career, the most recent being Randy Johnson after his perfect game in 2004