On Wednesday, June 13th, 2012, Matt Cain of the San Francisco Giants became the 22nd person in Major League Baseball, and the first in San Francisco Giants history, to throw a perfect game. The pitching feat, performed against the Houston Astros, also included the impressive notch of striking out 14 batters. Cain, recently tabbed by his peers and fellow players as baseball's most underrated pitcher in the game, finally received the attention, accolades and praise for the body of work he has put together over the years in San Francisco. Perfection should always be celebrated, and here at the DP, it always will. Congratulations to a well deserved, Matt Cain.
Looooooooook in my eyes, what do you see?! The lyrics to Cult of Personality, especially that first bar, never felt so fitting for CM Punk as it did last night. For the most part, everything that is CM Punk's return to wrestling last night at AEW Rampage ties directly into my latest thoughts on pro wrestling - the company is making it must-see destination television, an element desperately needed from pro wrestling. Last night was incredible as again, it was another moment that made wrestling feel alive - with a wild and energetic pulse. It was one of the coolest moments in pro wrestling that you knew was coming, expected, anticipated, and it was everything and more. Again, MUST-SEE television. That's hard to do. For me, it wasn't just Punk's return to pro wrestling, but the mere presence and voice of his inclusion in today's space. We know that Punk can deliver on the microphone - probably his best and most signature attribute. We also know that yes, he can