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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Joaquin Benoit now leads the majors in Wins
    LeagueTeamyearsRecordWild CardDivisionPennantsTitles
    MSLSan Diego Padres2034-20592,217-1,9951631
    TBLArizona Diamondbacks2005-20181,216-1,0531963
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Yimi Garcia gives up the game-tying and go-ahead runs and still gets the W thanks to Scott Van Sideburns' walkoff homer.
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Wait, nevermind, JP Howell got the W since he relieved Yimi.

    Oh well, that was the Dodgers' first come-from-behind win in the 9th after blowing the save, in like, ever. That explains why I never got any opportunities with this thread.
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Not the most egregious of examples but Drew Pomeranz is now 4-4 on the season with a 1.70 ERA
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    That Padres game tonight was ridiculous.. Kemp was playing so far back. I couldn't believe SF won like that.
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckFoston View Post
    I couldn't believe SF won like that.
    You haven't followed Giants baseball the last six years (well, the even numbered years at least), haven't you?
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    Haha. Good point..
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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    I feel like the stat isn't highly regarded as it once was reducing its "overratedness", but just for the sake of tradition in bumping this thread...

    Jacob DeGrom currently owns a nasty 1.85 ERA and 0.97 WHIP, and is 5-7
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    LeagueTeamyearsRecordWild CardDivisionPennantsTitles
    MSLSan Diego Padres2034-20592,217-1,9951631
    TBLArizona Diamondbacks2005-20181,216-1,0531963
    TSSLSan Diego Padres2015-2021, 2024-20281,017-9280732
    TSSLTexas Rangers2029-2033396-4140000

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    Re: wins/losses (for pitchers)= most overated stat in sports

    Quote Originally Posted by HollywoodLeo View Post
    I feel like the stat isn't highly regarded as it once was reducing it's "overratedness", but just for the sake of tradition in bumping this thread...

    Jacob DeGrom currently owns a nasty 1.85 ERA and 0.97 WHIP, and is 5-7
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