No, there is no way possible, but it is possible to be a losing and winning pitcher in one DAY!!!
Boston Red Sox pitcher, John Lackey, was the losing pitcher in Game 2 of the 2013 World Series.
Tim Redding was the New York Mets starting pitcher on June 17 2009. The Baltimore Orioles beat the Mets 6-4. Redding pitched 5.1 innings gave up 4 earned runs, and did not get a decision. The losing pitcher was Mets pitcher Pedro Feliciano.
The Red Sox beat the Yankees 6-4 in game 4 of the 2004 ALCS. Paul Quantrill was the losing pitcher.
The loss is charged to the pitcher who is charged with the go-ahead run whether it is earned or not. The go-ahead run is the tie breaking run which puts the winning team ahead and the other team never catches up for the rest of the game. Peter Gaposchkin
Losing pitcher; losses; line drive, line out; lumber (bat); left fielder; left hander; lefty..maybe others.
No. A pitcher cannot leave the game with his team losing and end the game winning. There is a hypothetical where a pitcher is losing a game, the game gets suspended due to rain, the player then gets traded to the other team, and he pitches the resumed game and ends up winning. However, rules of baseball might prevent him playing in a game he'd started for the other team.
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No once the game is tied, the winning and losing pitchers will be determined at that time. The winning pitcher will be the pitcher who pitched the last out of the half inning before his team took the lead for good, and the losing pitcher will be the pitcher who allowed the winning run on base
He starred in "The Stratton Story," the 1949 true story of Chicago White Sox pitcher Monty Stratton, who attempted a baseball comeback after losing a leg because of a hunting accident.
The pitcher will have a "no decision" (neither a win nor a loss). In the case where the pitcher leaves for a pinch hitter, and the team rallies to take the lead and hold it for the remainder of the game, that pitcher would be the winning pitcher, provided he pitched the required 5 innings.
The pitcher and the rest of the team.
No the Trophies belong to the profile that earned them and do not belong to a new profile that did not exist and could not have earned them.
No, within the major leagues no pitcher on any losing team shall be granded anything besides a no decision, or a loss.
This can be the case for any starting pitcher whether his team is winning, losing, tied at the time he exits the game. Basically the term "No Decision" is used for a starting pitcher that does not record a Win or Loss at the end of the day. This could be because he didnt pitch through the 5th inning making him the official pitcher of record, or it could be any other combination in which the events occurring after he leaves the game makes it to where another pitcher gets the win or loss