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FatGuyWithAMullet wrote:Tom Glavine could do it if he weren't playing for the Mets. Aside from him and perhaps Moose, no one will ever win 300 again.
It's hard to say never, because well..that's a hell of a long time, but the logistics of winning 300 are so deep and there are so many intangibles involved that the odds are stacked against any pitcher achieving it again. Maddux has been on the DL once in 19 years.
Rest assured people will come close. So many already have....but Hudson, Mulder, Sabathia, Wood, Prior...none of them will win 300.
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CubsFan7724 wrote:Mark Mulder has been in the league for 5 seasons, and has 79 wins. He just turned 27 on the 5th. He is averaging about 15.8 a year. Hes won at least 15 games the past 4 seasons. So he has maybe 13 years left, and he would need to average 17 a year to get 300. He will probably get that this year, if not more. I think he has a real shot if he stays healthy.
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