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Q: Who was the last MLB pitcher to record 1000 outs?
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What determines a complete game for a MLB Pitcher?

His team has to record 27 outs while he was the pitcher of record.


How many outs will a pitcher record when he pitches a perfect game?

For a nine inning perfect game the pitcher would record 27 outs (3 outs in each of the 9 innings).


Record for Most strike outs by a pitcher?

Nolan Ryan holds that record with 5714


What major league pitcher holds the record for most consecutive outs?

Mark Buehrly, 45 outs.


What is the record for most consecutive outs for a pitcher in the mlb the longest perfict streak?

45 consecutive outs by Mark Buehrle in 2009


Which pitcher holds the Angels rookie record with 180 strike outs in a season?

Frank Tanana in 1974.


Who was the first professional baseball player to reach 1000 strikeouts?

The first major league pitcher to reach 1000 strike outs had to be Tim Keefe, who played for several teams from 1880 to 1893 and recorded a career total of 2,521 strike outs. Cy Young was probably the second pitcher to reach 1000 SO. Young pitched from 1890 to 1911 and had a career total of 2,803 strike outs. Young also holds the all time record for most wins (511), most losses (313), most starts (816), most complete games (750) and most innings pitched (7,357).


What does the abbreviation CL stand for in baseball?

Closer. This refers to the last pitcher in a baseball whose job is to usually get the last 3 outs of a standard baseball game.


What major league pitcher holds the record for the most shut outs in a single World Series?

In the 1905 World Series, right hander Chrisy Mathewson had five shutouts.


What pitcher holds the record for most consecutive innings pitched without giving up a hit?

The record for most consecutive hitless innings pitched is 25.1, which equals 76 outs, by Cy Young on May 3-May 11, 1904.


What is a save in baseball?

A save is where the team who is leading brings out a pitcher to close a game. Usually the team calls out the closer who specializes in saves, but sometimes the team puts out a different reliever to rest the closer. Saves consist of mainly 1-3 run leads sometimes even 4. The new pitcher usually comes in the ninth inning to close out the game and give the team a win, but the closer may have to come in the eighth inning with two outs, this is called a four out save. If the pitcher blows the lead it is called a blown save. The pitcher can still get the win though. They record the closers record of saves, for example the pitcher could have a 43/46 record. This means the pitcher saved 43 games out of 46.


What pitcher holds the MLB record for consecutive strike outs in the first game of his MLB career?

JR Richard's record for most strikeouts in a major league debut back in 1971 with 15k's... Stephen Strasburg came one shy of that in 2010 ...


What is the shortest amount of pitches that can be thrown to win a major league baseball game?

For a pitcher, 0. A pitcher can come in to relieve another, get the final out of an inning on a pickoff, and his team takes the lead in the next inning, while he is the pitcher of record. For a team, 15. Each out takes at least one pitch. A pitcher would have to get 15 outs, and the game would have to be called after five innings for weather or another such distraction.


How many strike outs in a single game did Kerry Wood have to tie a Major League Baseball record?

20. Kerry Wood struckout 20 Houston Astros on May 6, 1998 to tie the MLB record for strikeouts by a pitcher in a 9 inning game.


Was Babe Ruth a good pitcher?

You decide. Ruth started his career as a pitcher. He pitched in 163 games, 147 as a starter and had 107 complete games. He had a career record of 93 wins and 44 losses, with an ERA of 2.28. He also recorded 17 shutouts, with 488 strike outs and 441 walks in 1,221 innings pitched. I'd say he was a pretty good pitcher, wouldn't you?


What pitcher on the cubs that the most strike outs?

Kerry wood.


What are Q's at marlin games?

They record Quick outs, that is outs with 3 or fewer pitches.


Which active pitcher has the most shut outs?

Roy Halladay, with 20.


What record does Richard Hammond hold?

He has the record for most stall outs in an F1 race car.


When calculating a pitcher's ERA and the pitcher is relieved before the inning is over do you credit a full inning pitched for the ERA stat or how do you divide the inning up?

The pitcher is credited with a fraction that represents how many outs there were in the inning when they are relieved. If the pitcher is relieved is one out, they are credited woth 1/3 (one-third) of an inning. If the pitcher is relieved with two outs, they are credited with 2/3 (two-thirds) of an inning. A pitcher who starts the game and is relieved with one out in the seventh inning is credited with 6 1/3 innings pitched ... if relieved with two outs in the seventh inning is credited with 6 2/3 innings pitched. ... if relieved with no outs in the seventh inning is credited with 6 innings pitched.


What is the record for consecutive outs by a pitcher?

In one game, 34 by Waite Hoyt (for Red Sox against Yankees) in 1919; they still lost 1-2, though. Over a career, 45 by Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox in 2009.


How does a pitcher acquire a save?

There are four conditions that a pitcher must meet to record a save: 1. He must be the last pitcher for the winning team. 2. He must not be credited with a win. 3. He must pitch at least 1/3 innings. 4. He must achieve one of these three conditions: 1. He entered the game with a three run lead and pitched at least 1 inning. 2. He entered the game, regardless of the count on the batter, with the tying run either on deck, batting, or on base. 3. He pitches three innings So, for example, a pitcher could enter the game with a five run lead and the bases loaded and two outs and have a chance to record a save, as long as he finishes the game. Another example, as seen in the 2007 game between the Texas Rangers and the Baltimore Orioles, Wes Littleton of the Rangers was awarded a save for pitching the last three innings of a 30-3 Ranger victory, though when he entered the score was only 14-3. An unofficial stat is the hold, which is generally awarded to a pitcher who satisfies the last three conditions (ie did not finish the game). A blown save is given to a pitcher who comes into a game with the chance to record a save but instead gives up the tying run.


How many strikes outs did Babe Ruth have?

As a pitcher Babe Ruth had 488 career strike outs. As a hitter he struck out 1,330 times.


What is considered a complete game pitched in baseball?

It's pretty simple really - a pitcher is credited with a complete game if he is the only pitcher for his team in an official game. There is some argument as to whether a pitcher would be credited with a complete game if say, the starting pitcher didn't get any outs, then a reliever came in and finished the game. He got all the outs in the game - so did he get a complete game? Semantics, semantics...


Who has record of pitching the most strike outs?

Nolan Ryan