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Extractions: One-Hitters No. Pitcher Date Opponent Score Bill Butler Aug 9, 1969 at Cleveland Wally Bunker Sept. 11, 1969 at California Dick Drago July 30, 1971 (4 1/2 inn.) at Baltimore Paul Splittorff Aug. 11,1971 at Washington Roger Nelson Aug. 23, 1972 Boston Paul Splittorff Aug. 3, 1975 Oakland Andy Hassler July 2, 1977 at Cleveland Paul Splittorff Sept. 2, 1977 (2nd) Milwaukee Rich Gale June 13,1978
Pitcher's Fantasy Baseball Valdes, Ismael HOU Elarton, Scott ARZ - Stottlemyre, Todd MON - Hermanson, DustinOAK - Olivares, Omar SD - Williams, Woody BOS - saberhagen, bret MIL - Nomo http://www.3-outs.com/The_Bullpen/Pitcher_s_Fantasy_Baseball/pitcher_s_fantasy_b
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Extractions: Spring, 1992 First, let's address the initial question: what is the ERA of pitchers in their quality starts? Table 1 is a summary of the results from all games from 1984-1991, 16831 games total, of which about 52% were quality starts. The information in this table is divided two ways. First, each league is presented individually, and second, the games are separated by quality starts and non-quality starts. Table 1. Summary of Quality Start data from 1984-1991 %QS Starts W L Pct IP ERA IP/Start AL QS 49.3 8935 6184 2749 .692 67370.1 1.93 7.54 AL NQS 9195 2878 6313 .313 44578.1 7.65 4.85 NL QS 54.9 8522 5590 2927 .656 62767.1 1.89 7.37 NL NQS 7010 2170 4833 .309 33171.2 7.28 4.73 ML QS 51.9 17457 11774 5676 .674 130137.2 1.91 7.45 ML NQS 16205 5048 11146 .311 77750.0 7.50 4.80 Totals 33662 16822 16822 .500 207887.2 4.00 6.18 Note 1: The 33662 Starts came in 16831 games, of which 9 were ties. Note 2: There were 989 quality starts in which the pitcher had exactly six innings pitched and allowed 3 earned runs, for a "Klein percentage" of 5.7%. There are three main points to make from this table.
Extractions: Home Baseball Cy Young Award Winners Year Player Team (NL) Fernando Valenzuela Los Angeles Dodgers (AL) Rollie Fingers Milwaukee Brewers (NL) Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies (AL) Pete Vuckovich Milwaukee Brewers (NL) John Denny Philadelphia Phillies (AL) LaMarr Hoyt Chicago White Sox (NL) Rick Sutcliffe Chicago Cubs (AL) Willie Hernandez Detroit Tigers (NL) Dwight Gooden New York Mets (AL) Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals (NL) Mike Scott Houston Astros (AL) Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox (NL) Steve Bedrosian Philadelphia Phillies (AL) Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox (NL) Orel Hershiser Los Angeles Dodgers (AL) Frank Viola Minnesota Twins (NL) Mark Davis San Diego Padres (AL) Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals (NL) Doug Drabek Pittsburgh Pirates (AL) Bob Welch Oakland Athletics Today in History Notable Quotables Forums Search ... Report Error Help us make this site better - and have fun! Take our quick, fun, survey. Click here
SPORTS FACTS - Baseball - Cy Young Award Crown Other Awards What's New Chosen by the baseball Writers Association of La MarrHoyt Chicago 1984 Willie Hernandez*Detroit 1985 bret saberhagen Kansas City http://sportsfacts.net/history/baseball/cy_young_award.html
Extractions: Chosen by the Baseball Writers Association of America, from 1967 onwards two awards were given, one for each league. The award was the idea of National League president Ford Frick who wanted better recognition for pitchers because they rarely won the MVP award. It was named after Cy Young who had died in 1955. * Also won MVP award American League National League 1956 Don Newcombe* Brooklyn 1957 Warren Spahn Milwaukee 1958 Bob Turley New York 1959 Early Wynn Chicago 1960 Vernon Law Pittsburgh 1961 Whitey Ford New York 1962 Don Drysdale Los Angeles 1963 Sandy Koufax* Los Angeles 1964 Dean Chance Los Angeles 1965 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles 1966 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles First left-hander 1957 Warren Spahn Oldest winner 1978 Gaylord Perry (45yrs 35dys) Top
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Extractions: 1983-92 STAR HALL OF FAMERS George Brett Rod Carew Steve Carlton Reggie Jackson Nolan Ryan Mike Schmidt Tom Seaver Carl Yastrzemski Robin Yount 1983-92 STAR FUTURE HALL OF FAMERS Jeff Bagwell Wade Boggs Jose Canseco Will Clark Roger Clemens Ken Griffey Jr. Rickey Henderson Don Mattingly Kirby Puckett Cal Ripken Jr. Bret Saberhagen Ryne Sandberg Frank Thomas Matt Williams STARGALORE 1983-92 Star Company Regular Limited Edition Baseball Sets Between 1983 and 1992 Star Company introduced over 150 different individual player baseball sets, producing an array of sets, promos and prototypes in various finishes. Please email Star Galore for details. Players featured include: 1983 Star Mike Schmidt 1984 Star George Brett 1984 Star Steve Carlton 1984 Star Steve Garvey 1984 Star Carl Yastrzemski 1985 Star Reggie Jackson 1986 Star Wade Boggs 1986 Star Jose Canseco 1986 Star Rod Carew 1986 Star Wally Joyner 1986 Star Don Mattingly 1986 Star Dale Murphy 1986 Star Jim Rice 1986 Star Nolan Ryan 1986 Star Tom Seaver 1987 Star Wade Boggs/Jose Canseco 1987 Star Steve Carlton 1987 Star Gary Carter 1987 Star Roger Clemens 1987 Star Roger Clemens Update 1987 Star Keith Hernandez 1987 Star Don Mattingly 1987 Star Tim Raines 1987 Star Fernando Valenzuela 1988 George Bell 1988 Star Wade Boggs 1988 Star Wade Boggs/Tony Gwynn
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Extractions: Revised: August 23, 2002 Features Choose a baseball team: Anaheim Angels Arizona Diamondbacks Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Colorado Rockies Detroit Tigers Florida Marlins Houston Astros Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Dodgers Milwaukee Brewers Minnesota Twins Montreal Expos New York Mets New York Yankees Oakland Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates San Diego Padres San Francisco Giants Seattle Mariners St. Louis Cardinals Tampa Bay Devil Rays Texas Rangers Toronto Blue Jays
Extractions: Departments News Headlines Features Feature Archive Analysis ... Team Pages Teams Angels Astros Athletics Blue Jays Braves Brewers Cardinals Cubs Devil Rays D-backs Dodgers Expos Giants Indians Mariners Marlins Mets Orioles Padres Phillies Pirates Rangers Red Sox Reds Rockies Royals Tigers Twins White Sox Yankees About Us Tip Jar Front Page Judge That Scrub: Pitchers Derek Zumsteg You may wonder why your team sucks. Here's an easy way to figure it out. Team slugging far below .432 (AL) or .405 (NL): your team doesn't hit for power, meaning fewer runners scoring and fewer home runs (see Toronto and Montreal). Team on-base percentage far below .345 (AL) or .333 (NL): your team doesn't get on base, making it difficult for runners to score (see Kansas City and Arizona). This almost always means your team can't take a walk. Team ERA far above 4.74 (AL) or 4.40 (NL): Your pitching sucks. Now that you know what's wrong, it's time to diagnose what exactly is wrong with your pitching staff. Here's an easy way to figure it out: Does your staff include Scott Sanders or Norm Charlton?
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Extractions: Home Standings Bulletin Board Rosters ... Joining TABL Encyclopedia - Career Pitching Records Years Games Games Started Clemens Roger 17 Aguilera Rick 15 Hershiser Orel 15 Cone David 14 Eckersley Dennis 14 Franco John 14 Glavine Tom 14 Gooden Dwight 14 Mulholland Terry 14 Orosco Jesse 14 Saberhagen Bret 14 Swindell Greg 14 Candiotti Tom 13 Fernandez Sid 13 Finley Chuck 13 Gross Kevin 13 Jackson Mike 13 Key Jimmy 13 Langston Mark 13 Maddux Greg 13 Plesac Dan 13 Smith Lee 13 Stottlemyre Todd 13 Witt Bobby 13 Franco John 691 Jackson Mike 652 Orosco Jesse 643 Plesac Dan 619 Aguilera Rick 616 Eckersley Dennis 605 Myers Randy 599 Wetteland John 588 Smith Lee 575 Henke Tom 558 Jones Doug 546 Clemens Roger 522 Montgomery Jeff 520 Plunk Eric 502 Swindell Greg 493 Candiotti Tom 477 Hershiser Orel 462 Assenmacher Paul 461 Darwin Danny 461 Harris Greg A. 447 Maddux Greg 441 Mulholland Terry 439 Glavine Tom 438 Fassero Jeff 437
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Extractions: Six AL pitchers, led by starter Bob Welch, held the NL to a record low of two hits in a 2-0 shutout at Chicago's Wrigley Field. The only runs scored during a rally interrupted by a rain delay of more than an hour. The AL had runners on first and third, thanks to back-to-back singles off the NL's Jeff Brantley, when the rains came. Rob Dibble replaced Brantley following the delay and gave up a two-run double to the Rangers' Julio Franco.