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HOOTIE wrote:Transmogrifier wrote: He so wants to be in the Hall of Fame, that he's trying to BS his way in. Although I think he's made it already with his absolute domination over several seasons, many people think you have to be good over much longer. We'll see.
Pedros a lock for HOF. Hes only 300 innings short of Koufax, whos in, and Pedros numbers are better, pitching in a much more offensive period, and not having Dodger Stadium as a plus. Pedros numbers are sick. You are watching Bonds = pitching wise.
5 era titles
3 cys, probably should be 5
career era+ 1st
win % 3rd
hits per 9 2nd
walks + hits per 9 (ratio) 3rd
k's per 9 2nd
You make a great case, and I agree with you. But Rob Neyer--a writer I greatly respect--doesn't think Pedro has made his case. I'm sure other writers would agree.
http://proxy.espn.go.com/chat/sportsnat ... nt_id=328#
Click on his picks and see who "misses the cut."
Transmogrifier wrote:wrveres wrote:Ok, I have been through two articles and a fumin' "Red Sox" fan, but still no awnser ..
Why did Pedro call this press conference?
What was the point?
I have an idea. But I would bet $20.00 bucks that not one "Sox Fan" would agree with me.
Does anybody know why?
I think he called the conference to help his legacy. In his distorted logic, he wants only to be remembered for those seven brilliant innings, not the eighth, which he will blame on Grady. He so wants to be in the Hall of Fame, that he's trying to BS his way in. Although I think he's made it already with his absolute domination over several seasons, many people think you have to be good over much longer. We'll see.
Is that what you think, WR?
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