Each perfect game is truly special
Taking into account the caliber of the opposition, Don Larsen's perfect game is the finest of them all.
Anyway, I ranked the "Perfect Victims" according to won-loss record at the time they were completely blanked. That brought this letter:
- Jim: In regards to your article on perfection, I find
it interesting that instead of talking about the
offense the pitcher was pitching against, you talk
about the record. The 1988 Dodgers may have been the
champs, but they had a horrid offense. Browning's gem
was still an amazing feat, but I wouldn't call it a
"better" perfect game than the others.
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