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In baseball, a shutout is given to a team who wins a game without allowing the opposing team to score any runs. If the starting pitcher can pitch the entire game without giving up a run he earns a complete game shutout.

In ice hockey, a shutout is given to a team whose goalie successfully keeps the other team from scoring. The current record holder for most career shutouts is Terry Sawchuk with 103.

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