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One For The Old Young At Heart Guys

Forty years young, Randy Johnson tossed the first perfect game in baseball*** in 13 years.

Read all about it at SportsBlog.

*** At least in the Senior Circuit (National League).


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Comments (4)

Kevin,Where did you ... (Below threshold)

Where did you get 13 years from?? Considering that your link states the first perfect game since 1999 (David Cone - New York Yankees) a year after David Wells threw a perfect game.

I see that Mike beat me to ... (Below threshold)

I see that Mike beat me to it. Cone was a pticher on my fantasy team that year which helps me to remember it even more clearly.

Kevin apparently read somet... (Below threshold)

Kevin apparently read something referring to the last perfect game in National League history (Dennis Martinez, 1991). Here is the link for all of the perfect games in history present by baseball-almanac.

Don't forget about security... (Below threshold)

Don't forget about security. Secureroot.org






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