SEATTLE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Chicago White Sox right hander Phil Humber threw the major league's first perfect game in two years and only the 21st all time in a 4-0 win over Seattle Saturday.
Humber, who seven years ago went through Tommy John elbow surgery, struck out nine and threw just 96 pitches.
The game was also the first shutout and complete game of his major league career.
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