Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Fact of the Day: Perfect World Series Game

In baseball, a perfect game is when one team never reaches a base for any reason. The only time it has happened in a World Series match was during the 5th game in 1956. The accomplishment was done by pitcher Don Larsen of the New York Yankees. 

14 comments:

Selvaggia Capizzi said...

I don't play baseball, so I don't get exactly the situation you describe!
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DWei said...

Ouch, that's going to suck for the other team.

Cloudia said...

Those were golden days of the sport!



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Bob Bushell said...

That's a blessing?

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Unknown said...

Knew that one

MEcoy said...

well he did came up with a historical game indeed

Em-Musing said...

It would've been fun watching that game. Strange, now that I'm living in Mexico where it's soccer that rules the TV channels, I find I'm loving watching baseball on TV whenever I can.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

The other team must feel horrible!

Just Keepin It Real, Folks! said...

The pitcher on my son's team threw 2 perfect games this season. It was awesome!

Dana said...

I've never been able to get into baseball. I wonder how I'll feel if my son chooses to play...

Have a great Tuesday!

Pilar Domínguez said...

It is not a popular game here in my country. It must be very interesting.Kisses:)

Emmylou said...

Oooo...good to know. I never knew this term in baseball.

Theresa Mahoney said...

What a way to stomp all over the competition!