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If you include postseason, he's well under 1.0000, adding 141 innings and only 107 walks+hits.
Look, I'll admit that his final Yankees appearance was flat out awesome and that I got a little emotional. That being said, I was very upset that he skipped out on the last series (Houston) instead of attempting to get under 1.00. I wanted that AND an OF appearance. I'm selfish like that.
almost makes you wonder if they should have used him a little more in the regular season, assuming the main goal wasn't for him to get to 1.000 for his career....
Rivera’s numbers put him near the top of the career WHIP list of pitchers, dating to the 1800s, who pitched at least 1,000 innings . . .
Wait, he started the season below 1.000
So now it's BB-Ref and the NYT "finagling" the numbers?
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