DarkShadow wrote:If you take into account his IP, 2002 and 2003 are very similar with a small change in WHIP. The same goes for 2001 as he only pitched 100 innings. Career years are only career years when they are drastically above other years. If there is a slight improvement from year to year, that's not a career year.
Once again, I disagree with you here. A career yr for a player still playing means his performance numbers are better than he ever posted before.
When you post your best totals in Ws, Ks, and WHIP in the same season - even by a little bit, thats a career yr until you beat those numbers.
By your standard some players will never have a career yr.