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Matt Cain Tosses a Perfect Game for the San Francisco Giants in Their 10-0 Victory Over the Houston Astros [VIDEO]

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For just the 22nd time in Major League baseball history, and for the first time in San Francisco Giants history, a perfect game has been thrown. Matt Cain recorded the first perfect game of his career in a 10-0 drubbing of the Houston Astros. In the perfect game, Cain has a career high 14 strikeouts.

The perfect game was nearly blown by Houston’s Chris Snyder, who nearly jacked one over the fence before Melky Cabrera made a leaping catch to save it for Cain. After the game, Cain was quoted as saying, “This is incredible right now. It was unbelievable. The guys did a great job making it, in a way, kind of relaxing, because they were able to get on the board early.”

Congratulations to Cain. His name is now among the elite as far as pitchers are concerned.

Check out the final play of the game here.

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