Carle Place High School (N.Y.) pitcher Mike Delio opened his junior baseball season with a bang. In his first varsity game as a starting pitcher, he accomplished every pitcher's dream by pitching a perfect game.
And it wasn't just any perfect game — he struck out every single batter.
Delio faced 21 batters during the seven-inning game and fanned every single one of them: 21 batters, 21 strikeouts. It doesn't get more perfect than that.
His team won the game 15-0, and Delio left his mark on the high school baseball history books.
Check out the video below to see the final out of the game:
— MLB Fan Cave (@MLBFanCave) April 2, 2014
Congratulations To Mike Delio for throwing a 21 K Perfect game against Hempstead and setting a new York State record
— Nassau HS Baseball (@nassau_baseball) April 1, 2014
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