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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    The best pitcher is likely from a lousy league were a perfect ratings guy can dominate.

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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    334-74 with a 1.91 ERA and .99 WHIP...maybe CK was right. Then again, he only had 6 Cy Young awards so for most of his career he wasn't even the best pitcher in his own league. So, probably not.
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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Jasper Holtzclaw from Tilted Tables deserves a mention (461 wins, 12 CYAs, 6000+ Ks)

    Made life miserable for the 23 of us who didn't have him for 2 decades.

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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Oh Boy. Look at all the greatest ever talk.
    Check out Syd Morris. https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4151401
    514 career wins. Lifetime ERA of 2.14. 15 Cy Youngs. 24 All Star appearances.
    He's about to start his 26th season.

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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    I am going to necro this thread as one of my all time greatest pitchers and the GOAT in MLB Showdown is Eduardo Glenn.
    He has recorded 6 sub 1.00 ERA seasons, Career ERA at 39 is 1.70, Career WHIP at 39 is 0.84, with 157 Shutouts, 5 no-hitters(including one in the WS, almost 2, but we failed to score for him and lost the game in extra innings), and currently sitting just shy of 5600 strikeouts. He didn't have the EN of Colon else I think his career numbers would have already surpassed Colon
    Last edited by 2XS; January 16, 2020 at 11:29 PM. Reason: typo
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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2XS View Post
    I am going to necro this thread as one of my all time greatest pitchers and the GOAT in MLB Showdown is Eduardo Glenn.
    He has recorded 6 sub 1.00 ERA seasons, Career ERA at 39 is 1.70, Career WHIP at 39 is 0.84, with 157 Shutouts, 5 no-hitters(including one in the WS, almost 2, but we failed to score for him and lost the game in extra innings), and currently sitting just shy of 5600 strikeouts. He didn't have the EN of Colon else I think his career numbers would have already surpassed Colon
    Wow. What are his fully scouted ratings at his peak? And how did he not go #1?

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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by mhardy_03 View Post
    Wow. What are his fully scouted ratings at his peak? And how did he not go #1?
    PO: 92
    FI: 90
    CO: 96
    SY: 95
    EN: 82

    And he was drafted before I took the team over, but both the #1 and #2 picks that season were autopicked. Jerry Rice was the player autopicked at #1 overall, not a bad player either just no Glenn.
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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2XS View Post
    PO: 92
    FI: 90
    CO: 96
    SY: 95
    EN: 82

    And he was drafted before I took the team over, but both the #1 and #2 picks that season were autopicked. Jerry Rice was the player autopicked at #1 overall, not a bad player either just no Glenn.
    Man, should have brought him up at age 21 if he just completely dominated at age 22! Lol. That guy is pretty unreal.

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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by mhardy_03 View Post
    Man, should have brought him up at age 21 if he just completely dominated at age 22! Lol. That guy is pretty unreal.
    Age 22 was the season I took over the team, well actually it was the end of the previous season, but no sense bringing him up to pitch 2 or 3 games and have him count against the FOA.
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    Re: Jeffrey Cruz: The Greatest Pitcher Ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2XS View Post
    Age 22 was the season I took over the team, well actually it was the end of the previous season, but no sense bringing him up to pitch 2 or 3 games and have him count against the FOA.
    Makes sense. That sucks now though since another elite season would have just padded numbers even more.

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