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Jivedude wrote:blankman wrote:Jivedude wrote:mikcou wrote:Jivedude wrote:I'll take Charlie Radbourn's 59 Wins, 441 Ks, 1.38 ERA, and 1 Save back in 1884. He also pitched 678.7 innings that year! What a workhorse!
wow so many innings....
Yep! He started 73 games that season and finished all of them!
OMG 678 innings!
Did that ruin the rest of his career? Or did he somehow keep that up?
Arlo wrote:The recent thread asking about the best fantasy season ever got me thinking...
How about Monte Ward's 1882 campaign? 19 wins, a 2.59 era, and best of all ... 1 save. Ok, not quite Gagne's mark, but considering that his was the only save in the NL that year ... roto dynamite!
Jivedude wrote:I'll take Charlie Radbourn's 59 Wins, 441 Ks, 1.38 ERA, and 1 Save back in 1884. He also pitched 678.7 innings that year! What a workhorse!
LBJackal wrote:Did some quick research, and if Eric Gagne pitched that many innings, according to 2003 average K/IP, he'd have had 1,133 K's and Radbourn pitched 2/3 of his teams total IP. That's just amazing. Equivalent to 972 IP these days if gagne pitched 2/3 of the Dodgers IP next year then.................OK that's enough, I'll stop. I'm just amazed.
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