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Question 1: Shutouts are not common in either rugby union or ________, but they do happen.
American footballRugby footballRugby leagueFootball

Question 2: For instance, the efforts of a relief pitcher could be described as "three shutout innings" or a ________ may have pitched a shutout over the "past 22 innings" (slightly over two full games).
PitcherDesignated hitterCleanup hitterBatting order (baseball)

Question 3: In ________, this is known as a clean sheet outside of North America.
Association footballOlympic GamesAssociation football around the worldRugby union

Question 4: Some sports credit individual players, particularly ________ and starting pitchers, with shutouts and keep track of them as statistics; others do not.
GoalkeeperIce hockeyAssociation footballField hockey

Question 5: In association football in Great Britain, a "clean sheet" can be attributed to the whole team, the defence or just the ________ when they play an entire match without conceding a goal.
Field lacrosseGoalkeeperField hockeyIce hockey

Question 6: ________, who has 37 career shutouts and led all active pitchers, retired after the 2009 season.
Alex RodriguezRoger ClemensRandy JohnsonDerek Jeter

Question 7: A shutout is denoted that way in order to alleviate confusion with a ________, which is denoted as SO.
Home runStrikeoutRun (baseball)Stolen base

Question 8: ________ • On-base percentage • Slugging percentage • On-base plus slugging • Hits • Singles • Doubles • Triples • Home runs • Grand slam • RBI • Game-winning RBI • Bunt • Sacrifice bunt • Sacrifice fly
No-hitterBatting averageRun (baseball)Perfect game

Question 9: The record holder for most regular-season career shutouts in the National Hockey League is ________ with 108 (see the all-time regular season shutout leaders).
Dominik HašekScott NiedermayerMartin BrodeurBrendan Shanahan

Question 10: If the starting ________ can pitch the entire game (known as throwing a complete game) without giving up a run, he earns a shutout.
PitcherCleanup hitterBatting order (baseball)Designated hitter


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