Pitch Perfect

You might of heard of a perfect game in baseball. Meaning the pitcher gets all 27 outs without allowing anyone on base. It’s happened 23 time in history.

A perfect inning also very rare. That’s described as three outs in order on 9 strikes.

Dr. John Cairney is a professor in the department of Family Medicine, among others, at McMaster University, but today he took us inside the numbers.


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