Humber was absolutely masterful in Saturday's 4-0 win against the Seattle Mariners, striking out nine and throwing just 96 pitches.
It was the least number of pitches in a perfect game since David Cone's back in 1999—he threw 88 pitches in that contest.
That low number of pitches is mostly because of Humber's ability to avoid three-ball counts. His first three-ball count of the afternoon didn't come until the ninth inning.
He went 3-0 on Michael Saunders before striking him out, and he also went to a full count on Brendan Ryan before striking him out to end the contest.
I'm sure many of you are in fantasy leagues if you're reading this article, and I'm sure many of you will have the same question: Should I add Humber?
Well, I'm going to present you with some facts first.