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    Dave Goltz, Rich Harden, and Doug Davis

    ...have what record in common?

    (Min 15 starts)

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    consecutive .500 seasons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PVNICK View Post
    consecutive .500 seasons?
    Youre very close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiambiJuice View Post
    Youre very close.
    That's all I've got. I seem to remember from Goltz' baseball cards he was always 10-10 or 14-14.

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    In 1995, he only started four games due to injuries, but from 1993 to 1996 Milwaukee’s Cal Eldred compilied records of 16-16, 11-11, 1-1, and 4-4. If he had won his last start of the 1997 season on September 25, Eldred would have evened his 1997 record at 14-14, but he lost 2-1 to Kansas City (despite giving up only two runs in eight innings) and ended the season at 13-15.
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    They each had 3 consecutive .500 seasons:

    Goltz ('74-'76) 10-10, 14-14, 14-14
    Harden ('09-'11) 9-9, 5-5, 4-4
    Davis ('04-'06) 12-12, 11-11, 11-11

    And they all did it with at least 15 GS (Harden had 15 in 2011). Is that what you were looking for?
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    "He was a natural athlete. He was also one of the strongest men I'd ever met. He could tear telephone books in half all day long. He never used a knife to cut an apple; he simply split it in two with his fingers. And he was fast. Dave could outrun anyone on our team. . . . The Lord had given freely to Dave." Willie Stargell on Dave Parker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr28 View Post
    They each had 3 consecutive .500 seasons:

    Goltz ('74-'76) 10-10, 14-14, 14-14
    Harden ('09-'11) 9-9, 5-5, 4-4
    Davis ('04-'06) 12-12, 11-11, 11-11

    And they all did it with at least 15 GS (Harden had 15 in 2011). Is that what you were looking for?
    Yessir. Very well done (with an assist from PVNICK)

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