Last week, Kotaku reported strong evidence that at least one of the eight finalists in the million-dollar MLB 2K12 Perfect Game Challenge had used an exploit to substitute weaker batters into the opposing team's lineup and have an easier time tossing a perfect game during the contest's qualifying round.
When Phil Humber threw the 21st perfect game in Major League Baseball history two weeks ago, he didn't get to choose the batters he faced. When Dallas Braden threw a perfect game on an emotional Mother's Day in 2010, against the winningest team never to put a runner on base, he didn't stock the heart of its order with…
It is now four days since the conclusion of qualifying for the MLB 2K12 Perfect Game Challenge and there has been no official declaration of the final eight contestants. Scott Young thinks he should be one of them. And, he says, someone who is going to New York—for a shot at a million dollars—cheated.