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    Checking out the clubhouse Tonyr1951's Avatar
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    I know a pitcher could strike out 4 batters in an innings if the catcher missed the third strike and the batter reached base safely. What if the pitcher went on to retire all the batters in the rest of the game without walks ,hits or errors, is this considered a perfect game?


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    It'd be considered a no-hitter, and a hell of a game for sure, but since a player reached first base safely, not a perfect game, no.
    Good throws win games

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    It has to be a complete game with nobody reaching first base (Pedro nods angrily..)

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    It's a no-hitter, and the catcher owes you dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattar View Post
    It has to be a complete game with nobody reaching first base (Pedro nods angrily..)
    Must be a pitchers father Catcher just called a game that helped you pitch a No-Hitter and they have to buy the Pitcher dinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by canyonjoe View Post
    Must be a pitchers father Catcher just called a game that helped you pitch a No-Hitter and they have to buy the Pitcher dinner
    Quoted the wrong person..I am not Pedro's Daddy and cannot stand the Yankees (10 bonus points for those who get that reference)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick M View Post
    It's a no-hitter, and the catcher owes you dinner.
    More likely to be a wild pitch than a passed ball,

    Relax and enjoy the ride

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