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## A Pitchers Game

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 Puzzle ID: #45384 Fun: (2.02) Difficulty: (2.03) Category: Logic Submitted By: snowmonster

Can you explain how a baseball pitcher could win a nine-inning game without once pitching to a batter?

He could if he were a substitute pitcher brought into the game at the top of the ninth inning with the score tied, two outs, and a man on first base. If he then picked the man off at first base, the side would be retired and his team would come to bat. If his team then scored the winning run, in the bottom of the ninth, he would be the winner without ever having pitched to a single batter.
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 tick Oct 02, 2009 LOL, GOOD ONE Snowie, took me a while to figure it out, then I still was not sure so I CHEATED LOL!! Going to fool some people!! ENJOYED IT, As usual, keep up the great ones!!! WE WANT MORE!!! ;) AndrewWalker Oct 04, 2009 great teaser sammydj Oct 17, 2009 I thought the pitcher may of hit the winning run gooberbaby1 Jun 09, 2010 where'd you come up with that kind of brain teaser? Do you like baseball? bragger! JUST KIDDING! braingle100 Mar 21, 2011 I'm too used to the trick teasers, I couldn't come up with a trick answer, just gave up markmcdo1407 Jun 19, 2011 GREAT TEASER! Actually it could happen at any point in the game, not just the bottom of the ninth. snowmonster Jun 19, 2011 Awww, you right, except then it wouldn't be a nine inning game. . . . markmcdo1407 Jun 19, 2011 Snow, a relief pitcher could come into a tie game(or trailing), first inning, get one out (like you stated, without throwing a pitch) and be the winning pitcher if his team takes the lead before the next pitcher comes in. The pitcher who relieves him could throw a perfect 8 innings and get a no-decision. snowmonster Jun 19, 2011 OIC . . . thanks.