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#50 I guess the way to study it would be to agree on a definition of getting "lit up" and see what the results look like after that point. Don't know that we'd get a meaningful sample though.
"Two hits and with no walks, I'm betting more than 80 pitches, in that 80- or 90-pitch range. Not 39. I remember a five-hit shutout in San Francisco (in 1980), but I would definitely remember one if it took me 39 pitches."
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