9+ innings are in a perfect game. There are combined perfect games where the bullpen and the starter combine for a perfect game, there is also the starter going through 9 for a perfect game which is what normally happens
The minimum innings a pitcher needs for a perfect game is nine innnings
No because if the pitcher pitched a perfect game and his team did not get runs that would be unfair to the pitcher and a game is supposed be 9 innings
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
No, not through April 21, 2012.
There is a total of nine innings in a game of baseball. However, if the game is tied at the end of nine innings, then the game can go into extra innings.
No, perfect games must be (at least) 9 innings. Shortened "perfect" games have occurred four times: Rube Vickers and Ed Karger in 1907, Dean Chance in 1967, and David Palmer in 1984. Karger's was 7 innings, the other three were 5.
Through the end of the 2007 regular season, there have been 4 extra innings complete no hitters and no extra innings perfect games. 1) 1997 - Francisco Cordova and Ricardo Rincon of the Pittsburgh Pirates no hit the Houston Astros 3-0 in 10 innings. 2) 1965 - Jim Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds no hit the Chicago Cubs 1-0 in 10 innings. 3) 1917 - Fred Toney of the Cincinnati Reds no hit the Chicago Cubs 1-0 in 10 innings. 4) 1908 - Hooks Wiltse of the New York Giants no hit the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0 in 10 innings. Thirteen other pitchers have pitched games where they have given up no hits through nine innings only to allow a hit in extra innings. These are not considered no hitters because they did not keep the other team hitless through the entire game.
9 innings in a regular game
There are nine innings in a game.
There are 7 innings in a softball game