Brian Kingrey, a music teacher from Hammond, LA collected $1-million by becoming the first video game player to throw a perfect game in the MLB 2K11 "One Million Perfect Game Challenge."

The pitcher of choice, 2010 National League Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay from the Philadelphia Phillies.

The man who pitched a perfect game about a year ago faced the Astros in this animated version and did it again!

Talk about adding more salt to the wounds because it's no secret the Astros have struggled to win ball games.

Kingrey says he's not really into sports but loves competition. When he heard about the video game challenge he studied batting averages during his lunch break followed by countless hours of playing.

"Got pretty good at it and then on the competition when it started I did it (threw perfect game) in about two hours,” said Kingrey.

Brian and his wife say they plan on using the million to pay off student loans, their house and miscellaneous bills.

What else is Brian going to buy with his new found fortune?

"And this is the god honest truth: we're gonna have to buy a refrigerator because we just moved into our house, and we've been using a dorm mini fridge," said Kingrey.

Glad he won the million bucks, but did Brian have to use Halladay against the Astros?

Man… We just can't catch a break this season can we? Astros lose again.