Giants ace No.2 Matt Cain tossed the 1st perfect game in Giants history on Wednesday vs. the Astros. If a certain catch by Gregor Blanco, had not been made, you would be hearing about a 10-1 two hit 13 strikeout gem. But since he made the catch, you are hearing about a 10-0, 14 strikeout, no-hit, epicly exciting, perfect game. Now if you told us yesterday that Matt Cain was going to throw a perfect game, I would have said you were an idiot, and David would have said it might happen, but I’m sure that he would have thought you were stupid too. Thankfully you didn’t, but it would be VERY embarrassing if you had. So, back to the main subject. As of 6/14/12, FOUR, yes FOUR, no-hitters or perfect games have been thrown in the season, easily a record for so early in the season. I personally wish that it was only three, minus Johan Santana’s no-hitter vs. the Cardinals. I’m just hoping for the Cardinals to decide to throw one of these so I can use it against my fellow writer David(heeheehee),who really likes the fact that Johan Santana threw a no-hitter against my Cardinals. So here’s hoping for the Cardinals(it’s going to be Lance Lynn) and I hope Matt Cain likes the Attention cause he is sort of the Phil Humber type, you know, perfect game then epic fail on his next start.
Andrew and(for one half of a sentence at the beginning)David
Last Saturday White Sox pitcher Phillip Humber pitched a perfect game verses the Seattle Mariners. It was the 21st perfect game in history and the second for the White Sox since 2009 when Mark Buehrle did it and the third White Sox pitcher over all. He shut them down until the ninth where he struggled a little befor getting a strike out, pop-up, strike out combo to make him the 21st perfect game thrower.