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View Poll Results: Who will be the next to get 300 Wins?
Roy Halladay (36) 203 Wins (Retired) 2 8.70%
C.C. Sabathia (34) 208 Wins 9 39.13%
Mark Buehrle (35) 196 Wins 0 0%
Justin Verlander (31) 145 Wins 3 13.04%
Felix Hernandez (28) 121 Wins 1 4.35%
No one will ever reach 300 Wins again 6 26.09%
None of the above, but someone else will 2 8.70%
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post #41 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-27-2012, 01:03 AM
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Same here. That's why i voted for Verlander. Even though C.C. has a good shot, he's getting old.. and who's to say he's gonna keep up with the new era. Verlander has the best chance because he his the 2nd youngest, and solid. Hernadez is the youngest, but I don't see him being very solid as a starter. I liked him better as a reliever


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Same here. That's why i voted for Verlander. Even though C.C. has a good shot, he's getting old.. and who's to say he's gonna keep up with the new era. Verlander has the best chance because he his the 2nd youngest, and solid. Hernadez is the youngest, but I don't see him being very solid as a starter. I liked him better as a reliever
A guy who has won a Cy Young as a starter, you think he isn't a solid?




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No No No, that's not what I meant. I meant Justin Verlander has much more experience as a starter then Hernadez. He might've won a Cy young, and yeah, he's great. But Justin Verlander is more solid... meaning Hernadez will never catch up to Verlander in wins


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Plus Hernandez is on a team that can't score him any runs.


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I remember ESPN reporting that there may never be another 300 game winner...in the early nineties. Since then, four pitchers have hit that milestone. I have listed the Game Starts of the four most recent 300 game winners and the five pitchers listed in the poll; from the season when they turned 25 on through age 40.

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player/age       25    26    27    28    29    30    31    32    33    34    35    36    37    38    39    40   Average        Average
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(25-40Starts(35-40)    
Greg Maddux      37    35    36    25    28    33    34    33    35    34    34    36    33    35    34    34     33.50           34.33
Roger Clemens    36    35    35    31    35    32    29    24    23    34    34    33    30    32    33    29     31.56           31.83
Randy Johnson     4    28    33    33    31    34    23    30     8    29    34    35    35    34    35    18     27.75           31.83
Tom Glavine      34    33    36    25    29    36    33    33    35    35    35    36    32    33    33    32     33.13           33.50
Roy Halladay     34    36    21    19    32    31    33    32    33    32                                         30.30    
Mark Buehrle     35    33    32    30    34    33    33    31                                                     32.63    
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.CSabathia    31    28    34    35    34    34    33                                                           32.71    
Justin Verlander 33    35    33    34                                                                             33.75    
Felix Hernandez  33                                                                                               33.00 
Maddux's health enabled him to get more opportunities to earn wins than the other 300 Game Winners. While Clemens, Johnson and Glavine had increases in their Game Start Averages from Ages 35 through 40. In conclusion, if Halladay, Buehrle and Sabathia could sustain or increase their Game Start Average through out their thirties, then they greatly improve their chances of obtaining 300 wins too. I am trying to illustrate that the last four 300 Game Winners pitched predominantly as a part of Five Man Pitching Rotations. To compare how many opportunities the pitchers in the poll would have to get to have a chance to accumulate 300 wins. Granted those are only opportunities; obviously they will need plenty of quality starts, along with solid defense and good run support to have a realistic chance.


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Win totals and Ages have been updated for the end of the 2012 season.


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Who do you think is going to win the Cy Young, Nebo?


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I've got Verlander and Dickey


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