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.
a perfect game is a no hitter, but a no hitter is not always a perfect game. do the the fact that a no-hitter can have people get on base by walks and errors, and a perfect game has nobody get on base by any means.
A perfect game in baseball is when a picher retires every batter in a nine inning game.
No. I don't know why either. I think he should be. He will be once the creators of MLB 2K12 get the next roster download available. He had to play in an MLB game before they have the rights to make him into the game, for instance, Jason Heyward wasn't on the Braves roster until his first MLB game (Minor League games don't count as credit to make video game rosters). I'm a huge Twins fan and would love to have highly touted prospect Miguel Sano in the game but that won't happen until his first MLB game appearance.
MLB. The average life span of a MLB ball is 5 pitches
yes of course the commissioner should
sady koufax world series perfect game
He only pitched one perfect game, It was the 20th perfect game ever pitched in MLB history.
Lee Richmond for the Worcester Ruby Legs in 1880.
Randy Johnson of the Arizona Diamondbacks was the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in the 2004 season.
The first MLB perfect game was thrown on June 12, 1880, by Lee Richmond. The first perfect game of the modern era was thrown by Cy Young on May 5, 1904.
In MLB, 1 ... the perfect game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The first perfect game in MLB history was pitched on June 12, 1880 by John Richmond of the Worcestor Ruby Legs against the Cleveland Blues. The score was 1-0.
In MLB, that was Lee Richmond of the Worcester Ruby Legs who pitched a perfect game against the Cleveland Blues on June 12, 1880, winning 1-0.
Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies pitched the 20th perfect game on May 29, 2010. The Phillies beat the Florida Marlins, at Florida, 1-0.
Roy Halladay has thrown only one perfect game, and he is only the 20th player to pitch a perfect game in major league baseball history.
No. According to MLB.com http://mlb.com/mlb/history/rare_feats/index.jsp?feature=perfect_game The Cubbys have never had a pitcher thrown a "Pefect Game" Interestingly they have had a "Perfect Game" against them in 1965 by Sandy Koufax.