Anonymous wrote:wrveres wrote:
Wow..... where did all the love go
Though I will be the first to admit that comparing stats with players from different era's is fruitless, I do find it one heck of a lot easier to compare them when they are separated by 10-20 years vs. 110-120 years.
And he only quit pitching 10 years ago. Not 110. LMAO [color=red]Thats alot of complete games for that time LMAO
Anyways, look at Walter Johnson from 1910 to 1919 (10 season span, even harder to do). Averaged 26.5W/season (lead majors twice), 222K/season (lead majors 6 times) and his highest ERA in that span was 2.21, the rest all between 1.15 and 1.90 (lead the majors 4 times). Also lead the majors in CG and Shutouts 3 times each in that span.
I give up.... Your right... Nolan Ryan was a piece of crap. I'm going to find a new Favorite Player...I think I'll take Jose Canseco... Posterboy for "How Steroids destroyed my Career". Now we can discuss HR/AB between 1900-1910 vs. 1980's
Ready..here we go.
I Challenge anybody to find a better baseball movie than Bull Durham.