Domingo Germán pitched a masterful game, throwing the first perfect game in M.L.B. since 2012.

The Yankees' pitching coach, Matt Blake, broke tradition and chatted with Germán after he completed the seventh perfect inning.

Germán retired the next six hitters he faced, securing the 24th perfect game in M.L.B. history in an 11-0 victory against the Oakland Athletics.

Germán expressed his excitement during an on-field interview, acknowledging the rarity and uniqueness of pitching a perfect game.

Félix Hernández of the Seattle Mariners was the last pitcher to achieve a perfect game in 2012 before Germán's remarkable performance.

 Despite long delays and scoring runs, Germán remained focused and spotless throughout the game.

The crowd in Oakland showed their appreciation, chanting "Let's go, Yankees!" as Germán took the mound for the ninth inning.

 Germán felt immense pressure in the final inning but executed his pitches effectively, inducing a groundout to complete the perfect game.

Germán dedicated his exceptional performance to his late uncle, who recently passed away, and felt his presence during the game.

This was the fourth perfect game in Yankees history, adding to the legacy of iconic pitchers such as Don Larsen, David Wells, and David Cone.