Perfect-game



noun
1.
a baseball game in which the same player pitches throughout the full game without allowing any player of the opposing team to reach first base by a base hit, base on balls, error, or any other means.
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2.
a game in bowling of 12 consecutive strikes.
noun
1.
(baseball) a game in which no batter on the opposing team reaches first base
2.
(tenpin bowling) a game in which a bowler scores twelve consecutive strikes

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