"I came out and won today for my father," Jordan said, according to FiveBoroSports.com. "Whenever I got flustered, I cleared my mind of every negative thought, and I just pitched to the best of my abilities. I know he wanted me to play today and I pitched the game of my life for him."
The senior left-hander's 14 strikeouts came in just five innings, as league rules mandate a game ends when a team is ahead by 10 runs or more after five innings. Only a passed ball during one of his strikeouts prevented Wiener from throwing a perfect game.
Jordan's father had served as an assistant principal for 30 years before his death.
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