JPX-825 Pro

Golf Club Handicap: 
Handicap Spectrum 6 to 16

MP-H4

Golf Club Handicap: 
Handicap Spectrum 0 to 16

MP-54

Golf Club Handicap: 
Handicap Spectrum 0 to 12

MP-64

Golf Club Handicap: 
Handicap Spectrum 0 to 8

MP-4

Golf Club Handicap: 
Handicap Spectrum 0 to 4
event name: 
Glove Steamer Day
event venue: 
Dugout Sports
start date: 
Sat, 12/01/2012 - 10:00
end date: 
Sat, 12/01/2012 - 16:00
address line 1: 
26302 I-45 Frontage Road
city: 
Spring
state/province: 
TX
postal code: 
77386
type of event: 
event type: 
Steamer Days
sport: 
Baseball
Slowpitch
priority: 
1
latitude: 
30.14396200
longitude: 
-95.44615870

Matt Cain Throws a Perfect Game

by Mizuno USA on June 14, 2012

No runs.  No hits.  No walks.  No baserunners.  27 up.  27 down.  Perfection.  That's what Mizuno Brand Ambassador and San Francisco Giants Pitcher Matt Cain did on June 13th against the Houston Astros.  The Giants ace recorded the first perfect game in Giants franchise history, and just the 22nd perfect game in the history of Major League Baseball, as the Giants soundly defeated the Astros 10-0.

Cain has been a Mizuno Brand Ambassador throughout his professional career.  The two-time All Star now has a Perfect Game to go along with his World Series Championship in 2010.  Mizuno would like to congratulate Matt on this historic accomplishment.  We are proud to support you every step of the way.

Check out Matt's "Journey to the Big Leagues" on the video box above.

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Todd Helton

A magician with a baseball bat and a career batting average of .324, Todd Helton is considered one of baseball's truly elite hitters. He ranks seventh all time in career average amongst players from baseball's "modern era." The 15-year-veteran Colorado first baseman has long been known for his versatility at the plate to deliver in every situation, whether hitting the long ball or moving a runner over with surgeon-like precision. Helton is a five-time All Star, four-time Sliver Slugger and three-time Gold Glove winner who reached a pinnacle in 2000 when he captured the batting title with a .372 average (while also leading the league in RBI). His elite-athletic status is underscored by the fact that he was a two-sport athlete and Quarterback for the University of Tennessee, prior to his professional baseball career.

A humble and reluctantly self-professed single-digit handicapper, Helton impressed his friends from Mizuno Golf in Arizona, showing that while he's a magician with a bat, he's not too shabby with a 6-iron either.