Perfect Humber Dials Right Number

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Now that Philip Humber is back to a normal five-day schedule, Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura expects a more efficient effort from his starting pitcher Saturday against the Seattle Mariners.

Humber simply exceeded Ventura's expectations by throwing a perfect game as the Sox...

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