25 year career=12 wins per season
22 year career=13.35 wins per season
20 year career=15 wins per season
With those numbers it seems that a pitcher who comes in early will have to be dominant especially since pitchers seem to become injured more. I doubt any of those guys on the list will make it. Someone will have to come in out of high school and be good
It's deja vu all over again. I mentioned before that in the early nineties; ESPN reported that baseball may never see another 300 game winner again. Here are the win totals for the season in which the most recent 300 game winners turned 30 years old; all active in the early nineties:
Greg Maddux - 165 Wins
Roger Clemens - 152 Wins
Tom Glavine - 139 Wins
Randy Johnson - 68 Wins
It sounds crazy, but I believe that more than one of these pitchers will get to 300 wins.
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