The final hit for all 30 MLB teams
Parents end up not having any tendencies.
The first in franchise history was recorded on April 9, 2021, as right-winger Joe Musgrove The Rangers lost 3-0 in Arlington, Texas . Musgrove, originally from El Cajon, California, ended in drought after playing 8,206 games. The franchise debuted in 1969 as a National League expansion club.
Musgrove was a boat that was far from competing for the perfect game. In the fourth inning Joey Gallori threw the pitch. He didn’t walk at all and took out 10 in the first game of his career.
There have been more than 215,000 games in MLB history, but they’ve thrown in more than 300, which is a nice elite company for unsuccessful club members.
There are no beaters of all shapes and sizes, they don’t look two alike. Below you can see all the perfect games and more from each team’s latest trend.
Perfect game without games vs.
The perfect game happens when the pitcher doesn’t even support a basic runner in the game, like 27 champions up and 27 champions. Non-player baserunners are allowed to race, walk, pitch, make mistakes and so on. Not every perfect game is a coup, but it’s not a perfect game at all.
No post-season trends
In baseball history, there have been two no votes in the post-season.
The first was the perfect game Don Larsen played for the Yankees against the Dodgers on October 8, 1956, in Game 5 of the World Series.
Roy Halladay’s late and great Hall of Fame joined Larsen in the second season after he didn’t throw any players in the 2010 NLDS when he didn’t beat the Cincinnati Reds for the Philadelphia Phillies.
The latter are not considered
|Arizona Diamondbacks||Edwin Jackson||June 25, 2010||Tampa Bay rays|
|Atlanta Braves||Kent Mercker||April 8, 1994||Los Angeles dodgers|
|Baltimore Orioles||Combined: Bob Milacki (6 IP)
Mike Flanagan (IP 1)
Mark Williamson (IP 1)
Gregg Olson (IP 1)
|July 13, 1991||Oakland Athletics|
|Boston Red Sox||Jon Lester||May 19, 2008||Kansas City Royals|
|Chicago puppies||Alec Mills||September 13, 2020||Milwaukee Brewers|
|Chicago White Sox||Lucas Giolito||August 25, 2020||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Cincinnati Reds||Homer Bailey||July 3, 2013||The Giants of San Francisco|
|Cleveland Indians||Len Barker||May 15, 1981||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Colorado Rockies||Ubaldo Jimenez||April 17, 2010||Atlanta Braves|
|Detroit Tigers||Justin Verlander||May 7, 2011||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Houston Astros||Justin Verlander||September 1, 2019||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Kansas City Royals||Brett Saberhagen||August 26, 1991||Chicago White Sox|
|Los Angeles Angels||Combined: Taylor Cole (2 IP)
Felix Peña (7 IP)
|July 12, 2019||Seattle Mariners|
|Los Angeles dodgers||Combined: Walker Buehler (6 IP)
Tony Cingrani (IP 1)
Yimi Garcia (IP 1)
Adam Liberator (IP 1)
|May 4, 2018||San Diego Padres|
|Miami Marlins||Edinson Volquez||June 3, 2017||Arizona Diamondbacks|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Juan Nieves||April 15, 1987||Baltimore Orioles|
|Minnesota Twins||Francisco Liriano||May 3, 2011||Chicago White Sox|
|New York Mets||Johan Santana||June 1, 2012||Cardinals of St. Louis|
|New York Yankees||David Cone||July 18, 1999||Montreal Exhibitions|
|Oakland Athletics||Mike Harro||May 7, 2019||Cincinnati Reds|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Cole Hamels||July 25, 2015||Chicago puppies|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||Combine: Francisco Cordova (9 IP)
Ricardo Rincon (IP 1)
|July 12, 1997||Houston Astros|
|San Diego Padres||Joe Musgrove||April 9, 2021||Texas Rangers|
|The Giants of San Francisco||Chris Heston||June 9, 2015||New York Mets|
|Seattle Mariners||James Paxton||May 8, 2018||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Cardinals of St. Louis||Bud Smith||September 3, 2001||San Diego Padres|
|Tampa Bay rays||Matt Garza||July 26, 2010||Detroit Tigers|
|Texas Rangers||Kenny Rogers||July 28, 1994||California Angels|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Dave Stieb||September 2, 1990||Cleveland Indians|
|Citizens of Washington||Max Scherzer||October 3, 2015||New York Mets|
Bold indicates that the game is perfect.
List of perfect games
Since 1903 – the time of the World Series – there have been 21 perfect games. A total of 23 have been perfect in performing in the pre-modern era.
|Felix Hernandez||August 15, 2012||Seattle Mariners||Tampa Bay rays|
|Matt Cain||June 13, 2012||The Giants of San Francisco||Houston Astros|
|Philip Humber||April 21, 2012||Chicago White Sox||Seattle Mariners|
|Roy Halladay||May 29, 2010||Philadelphia Phillies||Florida Marlins|
|Dallas Braden||May 9, 2010||Oakland A-koak||Tampa Bay rays|
|Mark Buehrle||July 23, 2009||Chicago White Sox||Tampa Bay rays|
|Randy Johnson||May 18, 2004||Arizona Diamondbacks||Atlanta Braves|
|David Cone||July 18, 1999||New York Yankees||Montreal Exhibitions|
|David Wells||May 17, 1998||New York Yankees||Minnesota Twins|
|Kenny Rogers||July 28, 1994||Texas Rangers||California Angels|
|Dennis Martinez||July 28, 1991||Montreal Exhibitions||Los Angeles dodgers|
|Tom Browning||September 16, 1988||Cincinnati Reds||Los Angeles dodgers|
|Mike Witt||September 30, 1984||California Angels||Texas Rangers|
|Len Barker||May 15, 1981||Cleveland Indians||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Cat Hunter||May 8, 1968||Oakland A-koak||Minnesota Twins|
|Sandy Koufax||September 9, 1965||Los Angeles dodgers||Chicago puppies|
|Jim Bunning||June 21, 1964||Philadelphia Phillies||New York Mets|
|Don Larsen||October 8, 1956||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Charlie Robertson||April 30, 1922||Chicago White Sox||Detroit Tigers|
|Addie Joss||October 2, 1908||Cleveland siesta||Chicago White Sox|
|Cy Young||May 5, 1904||Boston Americans||Philadelphia A-koak|
|John Ward||June 17, 1880||Providence Grays||Buffalo Bisons|
|Lee Richmond||June 12, 1880||Worcester Ruby Legs||Cleveland Blues|
Don Larsen’s perfect game remains the only perfect game in post-season history.
There are no coups in groups
|The group||Number of players without players|
|Los Angeles dodgers||26|
|Chicago White Sox||19|
|Boston Red Sox||18|
|The Giants of San Francisco||17|
|New York Yankees||11|
|Los Angeles Angels||11|
|Cardinals of St. Louis||9|
|Citizens of Washington||7|
|Baltimore Orioles (modern)||5|
|Kansas City Royals||4|
|Colonels of Louisville||4|
|Baltimore Orioles (old)||3|
|Chicago Chi-Federates / Whales||1|
|Cincinnati Outlaw Reds||1|
|Kansas City Cowboys||1|
|Kansas City Packers||1|
|Milwaukee Brewers (old)||1|
|Milwaukee Brewers (modern)||1|
|New York Mets||1|
|San Diego Padres||1|
|Tampa Bay rays||1|
|Toronto Blue Jays||1|
Italics indicate missing / moved franchises.