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CONGRATULATIONS BIG UNIT -300 WINS


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I know he's not really a Giant but whatever uni he has on, the guy can plain out deal.

 

Plus, we'll not likely see another 300 game winner- at least not for the next decade.

 

Hats off to Randy Johnson.

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here we go again.

 

Pedro's only 86 behind. :rolleyes:

 

 

in over 200 less starts and over 1300 less innings.

 

214-99 is such a sick career record to have. to put it in perspective, he won more than half his starts, johnson won less than half his.

 

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Randy Johnson: 45 years old

 

Pedro Martinez: 37 years old.

 

 

That being said, if I had a choice of either Randy or Pedro, I'm taking Pedro

every time.

i don't blame you- in your timewatching baseball, martinez was a little more dominant and much more in the public eye.

johnson always shunned attention plus he played for mostly small market franchises.

 

but 50 years from now you'll talk about a scary and dominating 6'10 lefty who scared the crap out of lefty hitters with 100 mile heat and a killer slider and once killed a bird! He's a Bunyanesque figure.

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i don't blame you- in your timewatching baseball, martinez was a little more dominant and much more in the public eye.

johnson always shunned attention plus he played for mostly small market franchises.

 

but 50 years from now you'll talk about a scary and dominating 6'10 lefty who scared the crap out of lefty hitters with 100 mile heat and a killer slider and once killed a bird! He's a Bunyanesque figure.

 

definitely. i just think people are going to talk about pedro the way they talk about kofax as far as having a half dozen or so absolutely dominating years. i can see why vg likes rj, he's a lot like nolan ryan as far as having ridiculous cumulative career stats.

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here we go again.

 

 

 

 

in over 200 less starts and over 1300 less innings.

 

214-99 is such a sick career record to have. to put it in perspective, he won more than half his starts, johnson won less than half his.

 

300>214

 

 

:P

 

 

Randy Johnson: 45 years old

 

Pedro Martinez: 37 years old.

 

 

That being said, if I had a choice of either Randy or Pedro, I'm taking Pedro

every time.

 

 

Is Pedro even pitching anymore? i seriously don't know, i heard earlier in the year the Rangers were looking at him, but that was it.

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definitely. i just think people are going to talk about pedro the way they talk about kofax as far as having a half dozen or so absolutely dominating years. i can see why vg likes rj, he's a lot like nolan ryan as far as having ridiculous cumulative career stats.

hey, hey , hey.....Nolan, on any given night, was the most unhittable pitcher to ever toe the rubber.

 

 

Problem is he was just as likely to walk you as strike you out.

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