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  • bob
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    He did play most of the season for the Reds who had a good year in 99. Although 5 wins in 14 starts shows he was rather lucky.

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  • ninfan
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    Bere - 1999

    I'm amazed by Jason Bere in 1999. He avoided a loss over a 14 game stretch with a 5.60 ERA.

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  • bob
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    9 consecutive wins to start the season. That is pretty damn impressive. Of course it helps when you have the 2nd best offense in the majors.

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  • Zagi-CRO
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    Originally posted by HomeRunHomer View Post
    With Brandon Webb now 8-0,

    can anyone recall other instances of pitches who got to at least 10 wins before losing their first game of the season?
    With Webb now 9-0....

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  • dgarza
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    Originally posted by fonda1119 View Post
    Dave Mcnally 1969- 15
    McNally was very erratic in his first 27 games (26 starts).
    171 1/3 innings before a loss.

    Roger Clemens 1986- 14
    123 2/3 innings before a loss.

    Andy Hawkins 1985- 11
    69 2/3 innings of 11 consecutive wins to start the season.

    Brooks Lawrence 1956- 10
    123 innings before a loss.
    24 games (16 starts).

    Juan Marichal 1966- 10
    I find this start most fascinating.
    Marichal was 10-0 in his 1st 11 starts.
    His only no-decision was in a 13 inning game in which he pitched a full 10 innings.
    He pitched 101 innings in his 1st 11 starts.
    He averaged over 9 innings in his 1st 11 starts without a loss. That must be a record for plural starts.

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  • fonda1119
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    Here's the longest GS streak to start the season without a loss since 1956. I can't believe McNally's was 26 games. That's ridiculous.

    http://www.bb-ref.com/pi/shareit/4C5E

    Unfortunately I can't sort by wins so here's the guys with 10 or more wins to start the season without a loss:

    Dave Mcnally 1969- 15
    Roger Clemens 1986- 14
    Ron Guidry 1978- 13
    Andy Hawkins 1985- 11
    Roger Clemens 1997- 11
    Brooks Lawrence 1956- 10
    Juan Marichal 1966- 10
    Roger Moret 1973- 10

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  • KCGHOST
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    Only four guys have finished a season with double-digit wins and no losses.

    Tom Zachary 1929 12 0
    Dennis Lamp 1985 11 0
    Aaron Small 2005 10 0
    Howie Krist 1941 10 0

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  • ipitch
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    Originally posted by micsmith View Post
    How about reaching double digits in wins to start a season without a loss AND without a no decision - that's what makes Webb's start so incredible.
    Andy Hawkins reached 10-0 with no no-decisions.

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  • micsmith
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    How about reaching double digits in wins to start a season without a loss AND without a no decision - that's what makes Webb's start so incredible.

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  • NMAN90
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    Jon Garland 10-0 in 2005

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Guidry in 78

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/pi...&t=p&year=1978

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  • ipitch
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    Roger Clemens - 14-0 in 1986 and 11-0 in 1997.
    Dave McNally - 15-0 in 1969.

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  • Erik Bedard
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    I think Roy Face (17-0 in mid-September 1959) has got to be the winner.

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  • metfan13
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    Terry Leach started 1987 10-0 for the Mets.

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Tom Zachary?

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