perfect game


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perfect game

baseball game in which all opposing batters are put out in succession. [Sports: Webster’s Sports, 311]
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Peterson has been a firstteam pick by Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA and Perfect Game while being a third-team selection by Baseball America.
There may be a perfect game ball stashed somewhere, but Tuiskala is not counting on it.
Anyone looking for a supernatural thriller that is unpredictable and engrossing will find The Perfect Game a satisfyingly complex read.
And when you see how it puts more emphasis on strikeouts than pitching a perfect game, much less a complete game, well that just doesn't feel right.
Yet, the 26-year-old starter, in his second season with the Rangers, was just a quicker reaction from joining an elite group of 23 major leaguers who have thrown a perfect game.
A perfect game means 27 batters up and every one of them out--the fewest numbers of batters a pitcher can face.
Naif Oqab, a constant team member of the UAE national squad, came up with a superb display in the opening stages that included a perfect game to stand third with a pinfall of 2,264.
Wood, in just his third Major League start, came within three outs of the third perfect game of the season.
The Perfect Game is an example of what sports and a good adult role model can do for children.
It was a perfect game against the best team in the league at the time.
Perfect Game USA is the brainchild of Jerry Ford (not the late president), who opened an indoor baseball facility in his hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and began holding player "showcases" in 1993, at first locally and eventually nationally.
VETERAN Bahraini bowler Adel Rasti scored a rare perfect game of 300 pins on the concluding day of the Chevron Bowling League played at Funland Centre.