A perfect game is when a pitcher doesn't allow any baserunners, facing the minimum of 27 hitters.
No. Ty Cobb was an outfielder and not a pitcher.
To pitch a perfect game there cannot be any hits. Reached on errors are not counted as hits and do not factor against a prefect game. There cannot be any walk of hit-by -pitches. For one pitcher to throw a perfect game, she has to pitch the entire game.
you do not say that the pitcher is pitching a perfect game
A perfect game for a pitcher is one in which the pitcher faces the minimum of 27 batters and does not let any of them get on-base.
The minimum innings a pitcher needs for a perfect game is nine innnings
Roy Halladay just did it yesterday (No hitter was in postseason though)
a perfect game is when a pitcher allows no hits, walks, and his team allows no errors
On October 8, 1956, in game 5 of the World Series, Don Larsen became the first New York Yankees pitcher to throw a perfect game. It still stands today as the only perfect game in the World Series.
On ESPN's major league telecast on August 15, 2007, Bob Feller was being interviewed, regarding the death of Hall of Famer Phil Rizutto, and he stated that he, Bob Feller, was the youngest pitcher ever to win a game, and the youngest pitcher to lose a game, at age 17.