Philip Humber was absolutely masterful in Saturday’s ballgame against the Mariners.

He tossed the full nine innings without allowing a run, a hit or a walk, making him the 21st pitcher in major league history to throw a perfect game.

Humber struck out nine in the contest and lowered his ERA to 0.63.

On the season, Humber is now 1-0.

Baseball fans across the nation will now make Humber a household name, and maybe they’ll even learn how to pronounce it (pronounced “umber”).

Literally everything was working for him in the ballgame, as he was able to throw all of his pitches for strikes.

He was very economical, throwing just 96 pitches in the game.

Congratulations Mr. Humber, you’ve earned it. Welcome to the history books.

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