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Topic: List of AL Gold Glove Winners at Pitcher


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He was a consistently solid pitcher, and part of the 1959 pennant winners.
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 The Cub Reporter: November 2003 Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Because he’s a Cub pitcher, he strikes out almost one batter per inning (104 in 114 2/3 this year at Daytona), and his 3.22 ERA shows him to be a bit better than his 3-8 record would suggest.
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The rest of the lineup and pitching staff are even iffier, and to be honest, the numbers of the talented trio at the top of the lineup are buoyed a bit by the ballpark as well.
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I could use it to say that only a short list of Hall of Famers have matched or exceeded Luis Tiant's career totals in wins, strikeouts and ERA, and I would be completely correct.
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