On August 10, 1944, Red Barrett of the Boston Braves throws only 58 pitches in shutting out the Cincinnati Reds, 2-0. Barrett’s pitch count sets an unofficial major league record for the fewest pitches thrown in a nine-inning game. Barrett didn’t strike out or walk a single batter, gave up just two singles, faced 29 batters and averaged exactly two pitches per plate appearance. The outs broke down like this: 13 groundouts, five fly balls, seven popouts, and two line drives. Barrett’s Braves won the game, 2-0, in just an hour and 15 minutes.