Yesterday, San Francisco Giants Matt "#2 starter that would be the ace on any team other than one that has Tim Lincecum, or the Phillies" Cain pitched a one-hitter. It wasn't a normal one-hitter. Other than the one hit, he threw a perfect game, throwing 11 strikeouts, while giving up 0 walks and no defensive errors behind him. Usually, this sort of game in thought of as, great game, but he got unlucky. Except when the one hit is by the opposing starting pitcher.
(Yes, you just read a word that started with a p and ended with an itcher, and I was not talking about pgftgtreevgegitcher.)
Pirates starter James McDonald grounded a single through the left side of the infield to break up the perfecto.
The opposing starting pitcher.
Matt Cain, your D'OH award winner for this week.