1. Perfect Game (Baseball)
2. Quadruple Double (Basketball)
3. Double Eagle/Albatross (Golf)
4. Golden Set (Tennis)
5. Unassisted Triple Play (Baseball)
6. Hail Mary for the win (NFL)
7. 6 Sixes in an Over (Cricket)
8. 900 set (Bowling)
9. Ace (Golf)
10. Hat Trick (Cricket)
11. Immaculate Inning (Baseball)
12. Clean Sheet + All blocked shootout (Soccer)
13. Hat Trick (Soccer)
14. Howe Hat Trick (Hockey)
15. No Hitter (Baseball)
16. Blocked Punt/Field Goal (NFL)
17. 9 Dart 501 (Darts)
18. Triple Play (Baseball)
19. Hat Trick (Hockey)
20. Kickoff Return from endzone to endzone (NFL)
21. Walk Off Grand Slam (Baseball)
22. 147 Break (Snooker)
23. Dragon Touchdown (NFL)
24. Triple Double (Basketball)
25. Land Dragon Touchhdown (NFL)
26. Stealing Home (Baseball)
27. Successful Onside Kick (NFL)
28. Bicycle Kick Goal (Soccer)
29. Hitting the cycle (Baseball)
30. Earned Inside The Park Homerun (Baseball)
31. Shutout (NFL, Hockey, Baseball)
32. Pick 6 (NFL)
9001. Safety (NFL)
9002. Home Run (Baseball)
9003. 300 Game (Bowling)
9004. Birdie (Golf)
9005. Double Double (Basketball)
9006. Ace (Tennis)
90001. Missed penalty shot (Soccer)
90002. Butt Fumble (Mark Sanchez)
>perfect game harder than unassisted triple play
>anything harder than immaculate inning
A perfect game is insanely difficult to accomplish but doesn't require he obscene situational luck of the other two mentioned.
literally harder than no hitters recently. no hitters are more celebrated though
immaculate innings aren't that hard senpai
unassisted triple plays and perfect games are about equally common, perfect games are much more celebrated
home run cycle is the goat, hasn't happened yet in the show
should just be walk off hr at that point desu, not grand slam
Let's remove all the non-sports.
1. 6 Sixes in an Over (Cricket)
2. Hat Trick (Cricket)
3. Clean sheet + All blocked shootout (Soccer)
4. Hat Trick (Soccer)
5. Bicycle Kick Goal (Soccer)
90001. Missed Penalty (Soccer)
>5. Unassisted Triple Play (Baseball)
being an incredibly lucky shortstop/2nd baseman is not an accomplishment..
>6. Hail Mary for the win (NFL)
these are typically the result of poor defense, not individual skill (though getting the dragon that far downfield is in itself impressive).
>16. Blocked Punt/Field Goal (NFL)
should be changed to "kick-six"
>26. Stealing Home (Baseball)
should be higher
>4 home-run game not listed
Still a quality submission, OP.
0.27% of at-bats are taken w/ runners on 1st and 2nd with no outs.
unassisted triple plays are possible with the bases loaded as well, which account for 0.38% of at-bats.
combine them to conclude that unassisted triple plays are only possible on 0.55% of at-bats.
>tfw threw a 1-hitter in varsity high school (7 inning games), no walks
>the one hit I gave up was a double that bounced off of home plate and went over the third basemen's head into that little niche spot by the bullpen and the batter stretched a double out of it
I would've felt better if the guy mashed one off the wall or something, but no the one hit I gave up was a goddamn unlucky chopper.
actually i was trying to find out how often it's even possible. At 0.55% of at-bats, this means the situation would only happen once every 2.5 games or so. On the other hand, the situation for a perfect game to happen is twice every game.
No it's still fair play as long as it rolls into fair territory.
Another time when I was hitting I fouled one down the third base line, clearly foul, so I didn't run out of the box. The ball hits the lip of the grass and careens into fair territory at the last second, third baseman fields it and throws me out before I can get 2 steps out of the batters box.
Because of the angle from the dugout it looks like a regular groundball to third and my coach is livid with me for not running it out.
So long as the ball comes back to fair territory before crossing either first or third base, it is a fair ball.
you completely missed the point, its not about the terminology, it's about the chances of the situation arising
a pitcher has an opportunity to pitch a perfect game every time he starts. any given fielder only has a 0.55% chance per game of getting into a situation where he might make an unassisted triple play
based on this pic we have:
19.07% of games including 12- w/ no out
21.92% of games including 123 w/ no out
probability of either is A + B - A*B
= 19.07 + 21.92 - 4.18
= 36.81% of games where an unassisted triple play is possible
Probably perfect completion percentage in the nfl with over 14 passes. It's never happened
Then 4 goals in one World Cup game
Then an albatross in golf
Then a quadruple Double
Then 4 home runs in a game
Perfect games happen every so often
>Perfect games happen every so often
yeah, they happen every 9000 games or so
So why hasn't it been done?
For those of you who dont know hitting 60 percent of your passes is pretty good. 70 is very good. 80 percent is insanely good. 90 is near unheard of.
There is a reason it doesn't happen
It is that hard. Even check down Charlie's can't do it. If you went pure check down the defense would just crowd the line and jump routes all day or shadow the rb.
It's really that hard. Probably will never happen
>Mario Lemieux once accomplished what was unofficially referred to as a "Mario Lemieux hat trick" in 1993, by receiving radiation treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma the day of the game, and then scoring a goal and an assist that night against the Philadelphia Flyers.
actually leled out loud
its when you score, assist and cure cancer in one game
There's also the Lemieux Cycle or Quintella which he might've been referring to, where you score 5 goals, all in different situations: even strength, power play, shorthanded, penalty shot and empty net
How many 5000 yard passers in the entire nfl history?
How many in the last 10 years?
Perfect games are more common now. Therefore the happen every so often and aren't that impressive as you want them to be.
Same principle with 5000 yard passers.
Used to be insanely hard to do, now every couple of years it happens
Get over it
I know it was only in the minors, but...
>On May 13, pitching despite painful stomach ulcers, Necciai struck out 27 batters while throwing a 7-0 no-hitter against the Welch Miners. Four of the Welch hitters did reach base, one runner each via a walk, an error, a hit batsman and a passed ball charged to Twins' catcher Harry Dunlop on a swinging third strike. This resulted in a four-strikeout ninth inning. Only two batters put the ball in play: Bob Ganung grounded out to first base in the second inning and Whitehead got on base on an error in the ninth.
>In his next start, Necciai threw a 24-strikeout two-hitter. In that season he struck out 109 hitters in 43 innings with Bristol, and a Carolina League-high 172 in 126 innings at Burlington before quickly climbing the ranks of the organization and eventually getting called up to the Major Leagues amid heavy publicity in August 1952.
>At 20 years old, Necciai posted a 1-6 record with 31 strikeouts and a 7.08 ERA in 54.2 innings pitched from August 10 to September 28, 1952, the single season composing his Major League career.
250 rushing yards in a game
100% field goals made in a game including a 60+ yarder
You can think of plenty more, nobody just bothers giving these an epic name. In baseball it's mandatory or everyone would just die of boredom.
>2. Quadruple Double
Larry Bird was a badass about this.
Bird sat out the entire fourth quarter. After three quarters, head coach K. C. Jones informed Bird that he was one steal away from a quadruple-double and asked if he wanted to stay in the game. Bird declined, saying that he "already did enough damage."
You damn well guarantee that any of todays stat padding players would have tried going for a quintuple double
Americans are just jealous.
Too little yelling for them.
If there's one man who could do this