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jackky bruce Aug 12 '17

On April 17th, John Smoltz and the Braves ignore the Marlins with a score of 8-0. Still being closely monitored Smoltz lasted just five innings. Salomon Speedcross 3 CS Mujer These five innings were all the Braves needed from Smoltz, though, as he twirled a tremendous game; he didn't quit any runs and struck out ten on the way to his third win. On Baseball Tonight, Tim Kurkjian mentioned that this was the very first time in over 100 years that a pitcher recorded a win while going for the exact line of 5 IP, 0 ER, and 10 K.

Though Retrosheet and the B-R Play Index do not have the Salomon Speedcross 3 Hombre game-by-game data able to checking this a sertion it is definitely true that Smoltz is the only pitcher to record this line since 1956. With that in your mind I thought it would be fun to look at more obscure pitching lines. To qualify as obscure there could be a maximum of three those who own the pitching line under consideration.

WINS5 IP, 8 ER, 0 K: Andy Pettitte, 9/29/07 at BAL5 IP, 8 H, 6 BB: Dan Reichert, 7/31/99 at TEX6 IP, 4 HR, 5 K: Jeremy Bonderman, 6/15/07 at PHI, Jim Brower, 9/24/99 at TOR, Mike Mu sina, 5/19/96 Salomon Speedcross 4 Hombre vs SEA9 IP, 8 BB, 12 K: Nolan Ryan, 5/19/ Salomon Niños 77 vs MIN AND 5/19/74 at MIN

That is not a typo: Nolan Ryan, in the span of four years and against the same team, posted exactly the same obscure line.

LOSSES9 IP, 0 BB, 12 K: Roger Clemens, 6/16/97 vs ATL10 IP, 1 ER, 5 H: Jerry Robertson, 8/21/69 vs SD, Don Sutton, 6/10/68 vs NYM, Catfish Hunter, 9/18/67 vs MIN6 IP, 8 K, 2 pickoffs: Pat Zachry, 6/26/76 at HOU

Only three pitchers since 1956 have recorded the ten IP, 1 ER, 5 H line and all sorts of three arrived Salomon Speedcross 3 Hombre consecutive years between 1967 and 1969.

These are just a few examples of interesting and obscure pitching lines. If anybody else has good quality ones post them within the comments. We may have a contest to help discover the most obscure pitching line.