Reloaded wrote:This debate came about in another thread. So my question is when it's all said and done, who will be known as the more dominant pitcher?
Since Pedros still playing, its hard to evaluate careers. We dont know if the remainder of Pedros career, his numbers rise, decline, or remain the same. There is no question however, that Pedros peak years, his best 3, blow Gibsons away. Thats really not debatable. Career wise is open to debate due to Gibsons 2,000 lead in innings, and the uncertainty of Pedros final numbers.