What's impressive about this is just three runs were scored in 22 full innings. Not that that hasn't been bested. For instance, in 1968, the Houston Asros shut out the New York Mets, 1-0, in 24 innings. Tom Seaver went 10 innings and gave up two hits in a no-decision. But that was an era when pitching dominated. That was also the year that St. Louis' Bob Gibson had his 1.12 ERA and the cumulative National League ERA was 2.99.