OAKLAND -- Although White Sox general manager Ken Williams was taking part in an amateur scouting trip this past weekend, he still managed to watch the end of Philip Humber's perfect game after getting word of the pitcher's brush with greatness on Saturday.
"Boy, did I get word of it," Williams said. "I knew someone either, there was something really, really bad happening or something really good happened. My phone started blowing up.
"So, I saw the tail end of it. It was exciting. I'm glad I didn't have to agonize over the whole 27 outs."