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a perfectly pitched game is when the pitcher allows no one on the opposing team to reach base, rather by hit, error, walk, hit-by-pitch, or anything else i may have missed. so, no, they yankees have not lost any perfect pitched game, because it is impossible to do so

side note: a few pitchers have pitched no hitters and lost, due to errors and walks

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Q: Did the NY Yankees lose any game that was a perfect pitched game?
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