Yankees Legend Don Larsen, Only Pitcher To Throw A World Series Perfect Game, Dies At 90The right-hander pitched for the Yankees for five seasons. His career in the Bronx was respectable -- a 45-24 record with a 3.50 ERA -- but what he achieved on Oct. 8, 1956 made him immortal.
Kahn: Baseball's Best FeatA perfect game? Four homers in a game? What's the best individual single-game achievement in baseball?
Palladino: Uniform Sale Comes At Perfect Time For Don LarsenFor a guy whose name became synonymous with perfection, he never made a lot of dough. He’ll have a career salary year by the time the auction is done.
Don Larsen, Yogi Berra Reunite On 56th Anniversary Of World Series Perfect GameMonday is the 56th anniversary of Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.
Palladino: Seattle’s “King Felix” Would Have Looked Great In Pinstripes Several attempts, several juicy offers were rejected, and rightfully so. At one point, the Yanks would have cleared out their farm system for him.
King Felix Achieves Perfection, Beats Rays With 12-K MasterpieceFelix Hernandez pitched the Seattle Mariners' first perfect game and the 23rd in baseball history, overpowering the Tampa Bay Rays in a brilliant 1-0 victory Wednesday.
Yankees Legend Don Larsen: Time Is Right To Auction Off 1956 Perfect Game JerseyBaseball fans with deep pockets will soon have a chance to own an ultra-rare piece of baseball memorabilia.
Palladino: Perfection Not Mets' WayIf a Mets pitcher wants to pitch a no-hitter or, better, a perfect game, the first order of business is to find his way out of the organization.
Pelfrey: No Worries, Mets' No-Hitter Will Happen ... 'Eventually'7,982 games -- and counting. Though it would be nice, fans in Flushing aren't asking for a perfecto. They just want to enjoy a no-hitter. Just once.
White Sox P Phil Humber Throws Perfect Game Phil Humber threw the first perfect game in the majors in almost two years, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners
Mike Schmidt: Where Have The October Hitters Gone?The playoffs have followed the regular season trend back to pitching dominance. Not that aces haven't done this in past postseasons, it's just that their supremacy this year stands out.