VIDEO: Philip Humber Throws Perfect Game For Chicago White Sox Vs. Seattle Mariners

Chicago White Sox starter Philip Humber threw the 20th regular season perfect game in baseball history on Saturday afternoon as the South Siders defeated the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Humber struck out nine in the performance and needed only 28 pitches to mow down all 28 Seattle hitters.

We have the .gif of Humber's White Sox teammates mobbing the pitcher after the final out, as well as the video of Humber taking down Seattle shortstop Brendan Ryan on a controversial check swing to end the game.

Related: Philip Humber Perfect Game: Chicago Pitcher Mows Down Seattle Mariners

Video of the final out:

Here's the .gif:

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Humber's perfect game was the 18th no-hitter ever thrown by a White Sox player. Mark Buehrle threw the last White Sox perfect game in 2009.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage of this series, check out South Side Sox and Lookout Landing. For more news and notes from around baseball, visit Baseball Nation.

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