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I never heard of him before and looking at his career, I'm surprised that he would make the list based on a 1 minute perusal of his stats. 1 of those OFs is not like the rest ...
I felt sure Phil Niekro would be involved in this somewhere
I want to guess Mickey Lolich - he had a few huge IP seasons in the 1970s and the Tigers were fairly bad for a good chunk of that decade. But I can't remember any other Tigers pitchers from that era. Lolich and Jim Slaton? I guess I'll have to go look up who was pitching for the Tigers those seasons.
Blue is correct (he was dealt to the Reds, but the Commish voided it), and it was 1977. Who was his loser teammate?
One led the league in losses that year (22 losses!), but would soon enjoy a Cy Young season.
I'll be surprised if anyone gets his teammate, I had never heard of him.
The '87 Royals were dead last in the league in runs scored.
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