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"Best Ever Season By a Pitcher With a Losing Record."
His 2004 season was a thing of beauty and has to be a strong contender for "Best Ever Season By a Pitcher With a Losing Record." It's a shame he couldn't keep his arm attached to the rest of his body. He was fun to watch when he was healthy.
I think maybe he meant "Best Season ever for a pitcher with a career losing record," for which Sheets may qualify. Ed Walsh and Roger Clemens were a touch over .500
I did not. Just too lazy to go use Play Index.
But if he could stick it out he is a few months of roster time short of ten years in the majors, with full pension rights then (I believe the biggie is family medical coverage for life).
Ben McDonald /Sheets--LSU proof of TINSSAAPP
As does every Stanford pitching prospect ever.
I am dense. He played 10 seasons. Is the issue that he doesn't have 10 full seasons of roster time?
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