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Though along those lines, I guess there's always the chance a pitcher has picked up something new. Does that actually happen, or has Mike Scott's career been overly influential on the mindset of a baseball fan of a particular age?
Considering there are >750 MLB players, shouldn't at least 75 players exceed their 90th percentile each year?
Richards is at the age where it does seem a lot of mediocre, pitchers do figure things out, so it's not out of the question he has made a leap, I'm not sure he's made the 2.50 era leap that fip is saying he is at right now, but it wouldn't shock me at all to see him being a legit 3.20 era pitcher going forward. (he was 3.6 last year)
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