Giants pitcher Yusmeiro Petit lost his perfect game bid with two outs in the ninth inning Friday night against the Diamondbacks.
On April 20, 1990, Seattle's Brian Holman lost his bid for perfection in a similar fashion.
With the Mariners leading the A's 6-0 with two outs in the ninth, Ken Phelps hit a first-pitch fastball into the right-field seats.
Though Seattle won 6-1, Holman's bid is among 12 ninth- inning, two-out failures.
For Phelps, who was born in Seattle, his homer was the last of his 11-year career (he hit 123). He played 32 games for the A's before being sold to the Indians that June. After 24 games for Cleveland, Phelps was released and did not play in the majors again.