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Tally 1 complete game in a ranked seasons game, battle royale or events game. Minimum 8IP.

Paxton pitched 9 innings for me, it went into extra innings. So if he pitched 9 innings, and the minimum is 8 pitched, why didn't that count? I assume, because it went into extra innings?

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@Darlas1976 said in Daily Mission question:

Tally 1 complete game in a ranked seasons game, battle royale or events game. Minimum 8IP.

Paxton pitched 9 innings for me, it went into extra innings. So if he pitched 9 innings, and the minimum is 8 pitched, why didn't that count? I assume, because it went into extra innings?

Minimum 8 means if your opponent quits before the 9th inning.

If you pulled him before the final lurch; it's not a Complete Game.

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I had this happen earlier this year I went 10 innings with Kerry wood and it did not count. I assume it is because of the extra inning it’s not considered eligible for a complete game even though you pitched a complete game

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@Darlas1976 said in Daily Mission question:

Tally 1 complete game in a ranked seasons game, battle royale or events game. Minimum 8IP.

Paxton pitched 9 innings for me, it went into extra innings. So if he pitched 9 innings, and the minimum is 8 pitched, why didn't that count? I assume, because it went into extra innings?

If it went into extras, and he only pitched 9...that's not a complete game

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Come on guys...a complete game means, uhh, he pitched the COMPLETE game 😎

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A complete game means if the game went 13 innings, the pitcher pitches all 13 innings.

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And the 8 would be if you lose to the home team. They don't have to bat in the 9th. Again, obvious. Don't believe it counts if opponent quits even after the 8th, but how often does that happen anyway?

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I'm not a smart man, I realized after I asked my question, I already answered my own question.

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