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San Francisco pitcher Matt Cain Wednesday night pitched the first perfect game in his team's 130-year history as the Giants beat the Houston Astros 10-0 in San Francisco.

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David Greene talks with Christine Brennan of USA Today for a preview of the tournament. Brennan weighs in on the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson rivalry, Masters champ Bubba Watson and a 14-year-old qualifier.

Renee Montagne reports on a first for the San Francisco Giants: a perfect game, pitched Wednesday night by 27-year-old Matt Cain.

Tyler Saladino plays baseball in the minor leagues in Birmingham, Ala. A prospect in the Chicago White Sox system, he was sent to the AA Birmingham Barons after spending part of spring training with the major league club.

And when he arrived in Alabama, Saladino's first task was to find a place to live, as he tells Morning Edition's David Greene. He settled on sharing an apartment.

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