I just played a guy with something like 1500 results, record of something like 650-850, I can't remember the exact numbers.
Anyway, it seems like he's been using the same lineup for a very long time as all of the batters he sent to the plate had many hundreds of at-bats. I might not have noticed this had I not initially noticed that most of his batters had AVG and OBP numbers that were nearly identical. This made me curious so I checked and found that only one player on his entire roster had more than ten walks, Trout who had 11 over something like 700 plate appearances. Amazing, especially considering that said opponent had a pretty good eye, rarely swinging at junk.
Anyway, all of the above may go some way toward the fact that I managed to throw a perfect game with Zac Gallen. Only 9 strikeouts, but no walks, no HBP, no errors.
Great game with lots of tension as my opponent pitched very well himself, giving up only 1 run on 4 hits.
In case anyone's curious about it, I can tell you that the game doesn't do anything in particular to recognize a no-no or perfect game, apart from the presentation of the catcher lifting the pitcher up, etc. There aren't extra awards of any kind, which is fine by me.