Um, did a Martha Stewart tweet ruin a Yankee’s perfect game?

Michael Pineda was dealing on Monday .

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The first regulation about baseball’s elusive excellent recreation is YOU DON’T TALK ABOUT THE PERFECT GAME UNTIL IT’S PERFECT.

Here’s why, as illustrated by one Martha Stewart.

A “perfect game” in baseball is when a pitcher accomplishes a full recreation while withdrawing every smash he fronts over nine innings that’s 27 smashes faced and 27 smashes retired. It hasn’t happened in Major League Baseball since 2012, and is one of particularly challenging accomplishments in baseball.

That’s why, when a pitcher is threatening to shed a excellent recreation suggest for example, he’s perfect through several innings teammates and supporters go to great lengths not to mention the masterpiece-in-progress for fear of jinxing it.

Stewart, apparently, never came that memo.

That’s right the Yankees’ Michael Pineda was more than two-thirds of the path through lunging a excellent recreation on Monday when Stewart posted that tweet.

Then “about three minutes later, ” per USA Today ‘s Ted Berg, who was at the game Tampa Bay’s Evan Longoria stumbled a double to spoil Pineda’s would-be excellent day.

This did not croak unnoticed.

Now, did Stewart’s tweet truly upset the unstable planetary dictate to jinx Pineda?

That would be a foolish thought determined in accordance with non-scientific mumbo-jumbo.

Which is to say it’s entirely possible. Underestimate the dominance of non-scientific mumbo-jumbo at your own probability, friends.

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