Eli Moreland saw a pop fly heading for the gap in right center field in the fourth inning.
At this point his perfect game attempt looked to be coming to an end. Flying in was Bret Stevenson with an out stretched glove making a diving catch. Perfection was saved with a perfect defensive play.
Moreland pointed to the right-fielder, tapped his chest in thanks.
It wasn't until the top of the fifth that a wicked grounder to third was gloved but just enough of a bobble to not be able to catch the runner at first. Moreland's perfect game was over. But his dominance in the Oriole shutout was not.