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21st April
2012
written by Sean Noble

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are a baseball fan, the most envious place to be today would have been in Seattle watching the Mariners and the Chicago White Sox.  Sox pitcher, Phillip Humber, did something so rare it has only happened 21 times in all of Major League Baseball history: he threw a perfect game.

The perfect game is one of those very special things that you can only hope that you get a chance to witness in person some time in your life.  It is one of those things that could happen any day you go to the ballpark, but is so rare to be almost mythological.

Today there are fathers in Seattle trying to explain to their son or daughter how special this day is, and how they’ll truly appreciate it some day.

Perfection.

 

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  1. […] And, 2012 is now only the second time in history there have been two perfect games in a season (see Humber’s Perfection).  The only other year was 2010 when Dallas Braden of the A’s and Roy Halladay of the Phillies […]

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