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A wild pitch is any pitched ball that is not fielded by the catcher because of a mistake by the pitcher. A wild pitch is only scored when a runner advances one or more bases because of the mistake. A wild pitch, scored WP, is its own category, it is not scored an error.


All Time Leaders
Span Player Total Notes
Career Nolan Ryan 277
Season (pre-1900) Bill Stemmeyer 64 1886
Season (modern) Juan Guzman 26 1993
Game (pre-1900) Johnny Ryan 10 7/22/1876
Game (modern) Bill Gullickson 6 4/10/82

See Also: battery error

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