White Sox morning roundup

White Sox morning roundup
April 23, 2012, 4:34 am
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From the weekend:

Philip Humber was perfect.

Chuck Garfien looked at where Humber came from, while I had a year-by-year examination of Humber's rocky career to this point.

Humber's perfect game nearly wasn't -- Brendan Ryan's strikeout to end the game has caused some debate.

This photo of Humber? Awesome.

Here's Humber's appearance on White Sox PGL Sunday. Lots of good, good stuff here:

More videos from Humber's perfecto: Robin Ventura on the aftermath Sunday, Ventura's postgame comments Saturday, Humber's postgame comments, A.J. Pierzynski's postgame comments and Bill Melton's analysis.

Chris Kamka looked at the other two perfect games in White Sox history -- one you will remember, the other you may not. Chris also looked at an even more improbable event that happened on April 22, 1959.

Oh, so the White Sox also played two other games this weekend. And they won both, so that's nice. Adam Dunn hit two home runs in Friday's win, while he, Gordon Beckham and Brent Morel all had good games. And Sunday saw the Sox come back from a 4-2 deficit to win 7-4, completing a sweep.