No baserunnerIf a pitcher faces the minimum number of batters for all the innings played (which means it could go to extra innings) without allowing a baserunner, he has pitched a perfect game: no hits, no walks, no batters hit-by-pitch, no batters reach on an error. Also, the pitcher cannot be substituted.
dock Ellis. dock Ellis pitched a no hitter in 1970, not a perfect game. he walked 8 batters, loaded the bases twice. a perfect game involves facing 27 batters in 9 innings. doc Ellis did not do this, but he did pitch a no hitter, winning 2 - 0.
The first Major League perfect game was pitched by Lee Richmond on June 12, 1880.
there have only ever been 18 perfect games in baseball history.
He only pitched one perfect game, It was the 20th perfect game ever pitched in MLB history.
In a 9 inning game, 27, 3 per inning.
nobody has ever pitched more than one.
Every ball pitched is taken out and replaced.
There have been two no hitters pitched in the MLB playoffs: Don Larsen's perfect game in game 5 of the 1956 World Series; And Roy Halladay's No Hitter (28 batters) on October, 6th 2010 in game one of the NLDS.
Don Larsen of the new york yankee's
The boy pitched a perfect game last weekend. That man is pitching as fast as lightning. At baseball practice, I pitched for almost an hour. That man pitched in the major leagues for 22 years.