Humber throws perfect game
Chicago White Sox pitcher Philip Humber became the 21st pitcher in Major League Baseball history to throw a perfect game. He retired all 27 batters who faced him. Congratulations to Humber! What an accomplishment.
Congrats to Phil Humber. Great game. Chicago Pride is Chicago Pride no matter what side you are on. #PerfectGame
— Nick Pappas (@Nick_Papp) April 21, 2012
Congrats Philip Humber on pitching a perfect game.
— Eric Cookmeyer (@EricCookmeyer) April 21, 2012
Here is what’s even more impressive.
Congrats to Phillip Humber of the White Sox for pitching a #PerfectGame. That's something to be extremely proud of and thankful for.
— Jose David † (@ChiefJose43) April 21, 2012
— taylor pierce (@REALtPIERCE) April 21, 2012
@Philip_Humber Mr. Perfect.
— Jose Gutierrez Jr (@JoseGutierrezJr) April 21, 2012
#PerfectGame has to be one of the hardest things to do in any sport, glad to see Humber have a huge game
— Ryan McCarthy (@McCarthy2123) April 21, 2012
Expect @Philip_Humber to have an exclusive autograph deal by the end of the week.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) April 21, 2012
Philip Humber pitches a perfect game for the White Sox against the Mariners, which means if anyone claims to have seen it, he's a liar.
— Steven Chappell (@thegrammarnazi) April 21, 2012
Now he's thrown 1 of only 21 perfect games in major league history. Incredible. Congrats Philip Humber.
— Nick (@NickNasty821) April 21, 2012
The last perfect game was thrown by Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies on May 29, 2010.