"We are thrilled to welcome Randy back to Chase Field to celebrate the greatest single game of his career," said D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hall. "What he accomplished that night and throughout his D-backs career was simply amazing and we're glad that our fans have the opportunity to salute this legendary performance."
Johnson retired all 27 batters he faced on May 18, 2004 in Atlanta's Turner Field, striking out 13 including the final hitter of the game, Eddie Perez, on a 98 mile-per-hour fastball. The perfect game was the first in the National League in nearly 13 years (since Dennis Martinez on July 28, 1991) and was the second no-hitter of Johnson's career. At 40 years of age, Johnson became the oldest pitcher in Major League history to throw a perfect game, surpassing Cy Young, who was 37 when he achieved the feat in 1904.
Tickets for the game are available at the Chase Field Box Office, by phone at 602.514.8400 or online. The first 10,000 moms will also receive a pair of D-backs slippers courtesy of Diet Pepsi.