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In MLB, the team that is behind must have at least five full at bats for a Baseball game to be considered complete. If the home team is ahead, the game must go 4 1/2 innings. If the home team is behind, the game must go 5 innings.

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A complete game means the entire game. It entirely depends on how many innings are played in the game. I suppose then the answer to your question is nine, as that is the minimum number of innings in an mlb game. If that game goes into extra innings, the pitcher will have to continue to pitch until the end of that game. ---- In MLB, the game must go at least 4 1/2 innings to be considered complete if it starts raining or something else happens to cause the field to become dangerous to play on.

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As far as I know, the record is 4 pitches, thrown by the Detroit Tigers pitcher Edwin Jackson. In the fifth inning of the 2009 All-Star game Edwin Jackson retired St Louis Cardinal Yadier Molina on one pitch, Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman hit into a ground out with one strike on him, and Hanley Ramirez, from the Florida Marlins popped up the first pitch he saw, thus giving Jackson the shortest pitching appearance in All-Star game history.

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Yes. Koufax threw a perfect game against the Chicago Cubs on September 9, 1965 winning 1-0. The game was a record setter as the Cubs pitcher, Bob Hendley, pitched a one-hitter and the one hit by both teams is the fewest combined hits allowed in a game in MLB history.

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Yes, if the ball pitches in line with the leg stump and would have gone on to hit the leg stump, it is out LBW. However, if the ball pitches outside the leg stump, the batsman cannot be given out LBW even if the ball would have gone on to hit the stumps.

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