Rarest Scores in MLB History

One cool aspect of an otherwise lackluster Super Bowl was the final score (43-8).  Apparently it was the first game in NFL history to end with that specific score.   That got the VORG wondering which results have never occurred in MLB history.  Culling the game scores from 1900-2013, here are the final scores we’ve never seen (in regular season games only):

19-18

20-17 to 20-19

21-13, 21-15 to 21-20

22-12, 22-15 to 22-21

23-0, 23-11, 23-14 to 23-21

24-0, 24-1, 24-3, 24-7, 24-8, 24-13 to 24-23

25-0, 25-1, 25-3, 25-4, 25-5, 25-9 to 25-12, 25-14 to 25-24

26-0 to 26-2, 26-4, 26-6, 26-9 to 26-22, 26-24, 26-25

27-0 to 27-2, 27-4 to 27-26

28-0 to 28-5, 28-7 to 28-27

29-0 to 29-3, 29-5, 29-7 to 29-28

30-0 to 30-2, 30-4 to 30-29

And since the Super Bowl gave us the first 43-8 final score, here are the baseball games that have ended with unique scores (only such game since 1900):

Score Date
18-13 8/9/1932
18-15 5/3/1912
18-16 4/17/1976
19-13 6/24/2004
19-14 9/6/1930
19-16 9/23/1930
20-0 4/22/2010
20-16 5/18/1929
21-11 8/30/1970
22-3 9/4/1999
22-5 7/26/1931
22-10 6/5/1912
22-11 4/12/1994
22-13 5/31/1970
22-14 6/29/1950
23-1 9/28/2000
23-5 7/11/1931
23-7 9/2/1902
23-9 4/25/1977
23-12 5/2/1901
23-13 4/17/1954
23-22 5/17/1979
24-5 8/21/1986
24-9 9/2/1925
24-10 6/26/1978
24-11 4/24/1996
24-12 5/19/1999
25-2 5/24/1936
25-6 9/23/1901
25-7 5/11/1930
25-8 6/27/2003
25-13 6/9/1901
26-5 9/9/2004
26-8 4/30/1944
26-23 8/25/1922
27-3 7/7/1923
28-6 7/6/1929
29-4 6/8/1950
29-6 4/23/1955
30-3 8/22/2007

 

 

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