Braden throws a perfect game on Mother's Day

Braden throws a perfect game on Mother's Day



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5/9/10: Dallas Braden pitches a perfect game on Mother’s Day, just the 19th perfect game in the history of Major League Baseball

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33 thoughts on “Braden throws a perfect game on Mother's Day

  1. Think a lot of luck went into this game imo. Just looking at how many of these outs were hanging breaking balls or fastballs right down the middle.

    Not trying to take it away from him, but from how many middle plate fastballs and hanging breaking balls he left up, the Rays really hit themselves into a perfect game other than Braden pitching one

  2. I can't watch this video enough times. It will never get old and it will always be exciting. It helps that he's also a fantastic person and he really adds excitement and enthusiasm to the atmosphere of every A's telecast. I hope he stays with the broadcast crew for as long as they'll have him.

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