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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5 Paul O'Neill and Alfredo Griffin are the only two players in major-league history to have played in three perfect games. O'Neill was in right field for the Cincinnati Reds for Tom Browning's perfect game in 1988.
"We had a perfect game [at Millwall] to build on that Cardiff game.
Thompson is on track to become a consensus first-team all-American - he has also been recognized by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, Perfect Game and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
Making the trip with his dad, Cian is a third-generation O'Driscoll to enjoy The Perfect Game.
Mourinho claimed his men played the perfect game when they inflicted the Swans' heaviest defeat on home turf in the two sides' last meeting in February.
The Perfect Game tells of Lauren Rose, who has moved to Phoenix to begin a new life by starting up an emergency medicine residence, but who could wind up doing life in the Arizona State penitentiary instead when her sister is found murdered in her home.
"A program would be great, and if you could get the game ball when Richmond pitched the perfect game, that would be incredible.
AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke warned his side were yet to play their perfect game in the World Cup, despite booking their spot in Sunday's final with a 95-run victory over defending champions India.
AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke warned his side have yet to play their perfect game in the World Cup, despite booking their spot in Sunday's final with a 95-run victory over defending champions India.
Premier League SWANSEA CITY 0 CHELSEA 5 JOSE MOURINHO hailed the "perfect game" after his Chelsea side underlined their Premier League title credentials by sweeping aside Swansea 5-0.