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  • #31
    Originally posted by geezer View Post
    And probably we wont see any much 300-game winners in the future either.
    We never have before. I think around 2016-20 we'll see the next 300 game winner. Someone in the Oswalt, Hudson, Zambrano, Sabathia, Buhrle, Peavy, Webb, etc. generation when they are reaching age 40.
    Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Honus Wagner Rules View Post
      We never have before. I think around 2016-20 we'll see the next 300 game winner. Someone in the Oswalt, Hudson, Zambrano, Sabathia, Buhrle, Peavy, Webb, etc. generation when they are reaching age 40.
      To quote Maddux, "Who's Mark Buehrle?"

      WTG Maddux! Awesome accomplishment!

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      • #33
        Originally posted by otis89 View Post
        To quote Maddux, "Who's Mark Buehrle?"

        WTG Maddux! Awesome accomplishment!
        I read a 1991 pre-All Star game interview in which Rickey Henderson said of the NL's starting pitcher, "Who is Tom Glavine?" Funny stuff!
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        • #34
          Originally posted by Honus Wagner Rules View Post
          We never have before. I think around 2016-20 we'll see the next 300 game winner. Someone in the Oswalt, Hudson, Zambrano, Sabathia, Buhrle, Peavy, Webb, etc. generation when they are reaching age 40.
          Remember, when Spahn won his 300th game in 1961, it was the first time since Lefty Grove did it in 1941. I doubt there will be twenty years between Glavine and the next guy to win 300.
          Originally posted by Cougar
          "Read at your own risk. Baseball Fever shall not be responsible if you become clinically insane trying to make sense of this post. People under 18 must read in the presence of a parent, guardian, licensed professional, or Dr. Phil."

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          • #35
            As of today, Randy Johnson is 14 shy, and if he wins today, make it 13, and Mike Mussina has a outside shot with 45 away. After that, not much for the next 12-15 years or so for the 300-win mark, but for the 350-win mark, not much for the rest 30-40 years IMO.
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