Journeyman pitcher Philip Humber joined the list of hurlers to have completed pitching's most difficult feat when he shut down the Seattle Mariners and led his Chicago White Sox to a 4-0 win at Safeco with a nine-strikeout perfect game, the modern era's 21st.

(Or 22nd, if you're in the camp that believes Armando Galarraga to belong on that list.)

Here's how the final out looked, if you missed it; most of the country nearly did, due to Fox sticking with a blowout game in Boston long after they ought to have switched to the game in Seattle. [Fox]