No, no one has ever thrown more than one perfect game in their careers.
Through the 2008 season, 17 MLB pitchers have thrown perfect games. No pitcher has thrown more than one.
Alex Bragan, the storied pitcher, pitched a record 14 perfect games in his career.
Randy Johnson of the Arizona Diamondbacks was the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in the 2004 season.
No. There have been 20 perfect games thrown by 20 different pitchers.
there have only ever been 18 perfect games in baseball history.
Despite pitching 7 no-hitters, Nolan Ryan never pitched a perfect game.
He only pitched one perfect game, It was the 20th perfect game ever pitched in MLB history.
As of May 29, 2010, two players have pitched perfect games on the season: Dallas Braden (OAK) 109 pitches, 6 K, May 9, 2010 Roy Halladay (PHI) 115 pitches, 11 K, May 29, 2010
Nolan Ryan never pitched a perfect game, despite his 7 no-hitters.
1972 Dolphins had (and still have) the perfect record, having won all of their pre-season and regular season games as well as winning the Super Bowl.
nobody has ever pitched more than one.
1973 Miami Dolphins
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The Miami Dolphins ~perfect season~ was for the 1972 season when the regular season was 14 games long and with winning 2 playoff games leading to Super Bowl VII where they beat the Washington Redskins, ending with the perfect 17-0 season.
1 Don Larsen 1956
Through the 2008 season, that is Paul Quantrill who pitched in 86 games in the 2004 season.
According to Baseball-Reference.com, Babe Ruth batted in 2503 games and pitched in 163 games. He also batted in 41 post season games and pitched in 3 post season games and appeared in 2 All-Star games (the All-Star Game did not start until 1933).
because cy young consistently won 20+ games in a season a pitched more innings in a season consistently than any pitcher nowadays could even dream of and he has the most wins of all time 511 as well as games started innings pitched and complete games and he lead the Boston Americans to the first ever world series win pitched the first world series pitch and had the first perfect game in the American league
Spahn retired after the 1965 season with the San Francisco Giants, with 382 complete games out of 665 starts. He also pitched in 85 games as a relief pitcher.
Roy Halladay has pitched one perfect game in his career. It was on May 29, 2010 against the Florida Marlins.
cy young with 749 complete games