Originally Posted by MrCinatit
Shore was credited with a perfecto for many years, until the dreaded Bud Selig era came into being and he cleaned the fun out of baseball.
Shore's game is no longer officially considered a perfect game by Major League Baseball, I believe. However, many true baseball fans still consider it a true work of perfection.
Call me a "true baseball fan" and an OLD one too.
Kind of ironic if it was Selig who decided that Shore's job was not good enough, but had no problem accepting the steriod-induced records of "his" era.
Really petty, if you ask me. I mean, there is no "record" involved, it's just being part of a list.