MOUND MASTERY -- In the first complete nine-inning game Chicago White Sox right-hander Phil Humber ever pitched, he delivered a perfect game in his defeat of the Seattle Mariners 4-0, only the twentieth in regular season history. As defined by the MLB official rule book, a “perfect game” is one in which, during the entire nine innings, a pitcher allows no hits, no walks, no opposing player reaches first base, and the guest rock star doesn’t screw up the National Anthem.
GIPPER-LESS -- Directed by crack animal docu-veterans Alister Fothergill and Mark Linfield, Disney’s new jungle pic “Chimpanzee” is packing in the Jane Goodall fans as Oscar the chimp survives a Bambi-like loss of his mom in the dense forests of Africa. Disney execs are ecstatic. This is by far the strongest opening for a chimp film that doesn’t have Ronald Reagan in it.