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Thread: 2004 News and Highlights

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    Re: 2004 News and Highlights

    Both excellent seasons, I’d have to go Godbey too. Better K/9, BB/9, and HR/9 with 9 more starts and almost 70 more IP. The difference in ERA is all BABIP and Walters’ was a career low outlier rather than an indication of a leap forward in skill.


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    Re: 2004 News and Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozark Mountains View Post
    Completely disagree. Walters flat out performed better. He won 22 games on a team ranked 23rd on offense. Godbey wouldn't have won 22 games if he pitched for Seattle. The Yankees scored 95 more runs than Seattle this season. To each their own but there is no way Godbey is a better pitcher than Walters.
    If they were the same age and I could pick one for myself, I'd go with Godbey, easy. Get 3 of them and fire your bullpen, spend the money on offense, gather titles.
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