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No, only if he completes the game does he get credit for a complete game. He also gets credit for a shutout only if he completes the game without allowing a run, if other pitchers complete the game without allowing any runs, it is a shared shutout which is not an official statistic.

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Q: In a MLB baseball game if a pitcher pitches 9.0 innings and it the score is 0-0 going into extra innings does he get a complete game and shutout?
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