No--allowing one baserunner for any reason (including walks) immediately ends the perfect game. You may be thinking of a shutout (a game without any runs scored). Again, the answer would be no; in the situation you describe the run would be unearned, but would still prevent the pitcher from getting credit for a shutout.
It is harder to get a perfect score on the PSAT than the SAT, because there are fewer questions and the curve is harsher; it is still possible, however. Best of luck.
No. It can still be a no hitter. But a perfect game requires the pitcher to retire every batter he or she faces. A perfect game is broken whenever any batter reaches base, including by hit, walk, or error.
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Its still a goal, it doesn't matter who scores it.
Eventhough you may fight it does not mean that you are not right for each other you can still be perfect for each other!
yes they are still together! so be happy for them because they are PERFECT for each other ^.^
On October 8, 1956, in game 5 of the World Series, Don Larsen became the first New York Yankees pitcher to throw a perfect game. It still stands today as the only perfect game in the World Series.
A pitcher who doesn't get an out in the 1st inning and who is pulled from the game is still considering the starting pitcher. He will be listed this way on the team spreadsheet and roster.
Nothing's perfect. I'm still trying to perfect my back handspring.