Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Philip Humber threw a perfect game on Saturday versus the Seattle Mariners during a 4-0 White Sox win. Humber finished with nine strikeouts. The 29-year old righty threw the perfect game in just 97 pitches. Humber struck out Mariners shortstop Brendan Ryan on a controversial play to end the game.
Humber reached a 3-0 count on Michael Saunders to start the ninth inning but worked his way into a strikeout.
Paul Konerko hit the 398th home run of his career in the second inning. Konerko almost hit another home run, but his shot carried off the left field wall to go for an RBI single.
Alejandro De Aza singled in the ninth inning to score Brent Lillibridge in the ninth inning.
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