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what if you could take one batter for one AB who would it be?
Is "Games Finished" only a stat noted for relievers?
I think your "Gehrig 1921" is probably in error.
(I'm not seeing anything special about Mike Scott though)
I just can't imagine Ruth being any better than Barry if you could magically bring him from that ERA into the modern one.
what if you could take one batter for one AB who would it be
People are talking about the postseason. 2 games, 18 innings, 1 run, 19 strikeouts, 1 walk. Obviously it doesn't measure up to 11 games of Gibson, but it was pretty amazing to watch at the time. I remember thinking of Mathewson and the three-shutout series, but Scott was in context probably more impressive.
Except that if Ruth hadn't been among the best hitters in history he'd have had a decent shot of being a hall of fame quality pitcher as well.
and there is absolutely no chance that anyone will ever take over that title....
For a single season, I'd be pretty tempted to take Gooden in 1985.
thank you....for some reason I was thinking they were talking about his September or a stretch run.... Yes I agree...that is a nice performance.
That's what gave the Mets' game 6 series-clinching win over the Astros some extra excitement (as if the game itself weren't enough)... Scott was ready for game 7 and everyone assumed the Mets would never touch him, he'd looked so unhittable in his two earlier starts.
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