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Of the two the NPB is the one that couldn't deal with a war financially.
MLB saving the Yankees from another Igawa.
Tanaka's been insanely, mindblowingly dominant. Over his last 76 starts, he's 53-9, 1.44 ERA, a home run allowed every ~36 innings, 1.15 BB/9, 8.73 K/9, 7.3 H/9.
In 2011 and 2012, the runs scored per game levels of his league bottomed-out dropping from 2010's ~4.40 from to ~3.40, about a full run per game. In 2013 they came back up to around 4 per game. So, while he's clearly been great over there, some of it seems to be the result of some kind of League-wide messing-around with baseball or whatever. In 2011, the average ERA was 2.95!
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