Buehrle threw the only other perfect game of the decade when he beat a strong Rays team in '09. In doing so, he became the only pitcher to throw two no-hitters in the decade. In his first, against the Rangers in `07, he also faced the minimum 27 batters. The only Ranger to reach base was Sammy Sosa, who walked and was promptly picked off first by Buehrle. A pitcher faced the minimum 27 batters in nine innings 10 times in the decade, but the White Sox left-hander was the only man to do it more than once.
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