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What is the most pitches a single pitcher has pitched in one game?


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2004-10-28 10:21:35
2004-10-28 10:21:35

To my knowledge, Tim Wakefield of the Boston Red Sox, before he became a Red Sox player, threw 215 pitches lasting just under 15 innings. Because he throws the Knuckleball, he requires little effort to throw.


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