Baseball is a very superstitious sport.  Let's say there's two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning and a pitcher has yet to allow any batter to reach base.  Do you have a problem with saying that he's in the middle of a "no-hitter" or a "perfect game"?

Some people argue that you absolutely, under no circumstances, should not use the term before the final out is made.  Others would argue that saying those words has no outcome on the game whatsoever.  Which camp do you fall under?