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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 11:03 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:54 am 
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YEP...Believe it or not, Snell is #2, with a K rate of 7.54 per 9 innings.

Still two left....one should be pretty obvious...both were decent pitchers for us, who went on to even MORE success elsewhere!

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:13 pm 
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nad69dan wrote:
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YEP...Believe it or not, Snell is #2, with a K rate of 7.54 per 9 innings.

Still two left....one should be pretty obvious...both were decent pitchers for us, who went on to even MORE success elsewhere!

And one of them had one of the biggest single game highlights in the last 17 years.


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Thunder wrote:
And one of them had one of the biggest single game highlights in the last 17 years.

Marc Wilkins??

Nahhh, Francisco Cordova.


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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Animal wrote:
nad69dan wrote:
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YEP...Believe it or not, Snell is #2, with a K rate of 7.54 per 9 innings.

Still two left....one should be pretty obvious...both were decent pitchers for us, who went on to even MORE success elsewhere!

And one of them had one of the biggest single game highlights in the last 17 years.



We already covered Cordova.

Still two more left. As I said, each of them were decent as Bucs, but better after leaving!

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:31 pm 
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Still two more left. As I said, each of them were decent as Bucs, but better after leaving!


You're killing me and making me feel stupid at the same time. I'm just gonna start throwing out names..............Esteban Loiza?


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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Aha! A name came to me................Lieber. Gotta be one.


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Chris Peters?


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I'm chumming 90's people............Sauerbeck or Silva?


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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Argentum wrote:
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Still two more left. As I said, each of them were decent as Bucs, but better after leaving!


You're killing me and making me stupid at the same time. I'm just gonna start throwing out names..............Esteban Loiza?



NO..without doing all the math..His best SEASON as a Buc was 5.6 Ks per 9.

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Aha! A name came to me................Lieber. Gotta be one.



DING DING DING

Leiber is #7 with rate of 6.7!

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Chris Peters?


NOPE
Peters only pitched 379 innings in his whole career, and his k per 9 was 5.3

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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I'm chumming 90's people............Sauerbeck or Silva?



NOPE and NOPE

Silva only pitched 427 innings in his career. His K per 9 was 6.3. Just under the cut, if he had enough innings.

Sauerback would have been an EXCELLENT choice, but again, not enough innings, only 386 in his career, and only around 310 as a Buc. His numbers range fromn 7.3 to 11.3.

Still one more VERY OBVIOUS pitcher left!

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Surely not Bob Walk?


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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Surely not Bob Walk?


NOPE..his career number is about 4.6.

And a couple other guys I might have guessed are not it either..

Blass 5.0
Moose 5.7

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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Animal wrote:
doug frobel wrote:
Surely not Bob Walk?


NOPE..his career number is about 4.6.

And a couple other guys I might have guessed are not it either..

Blass 5.0
Moose 5.7


Man, can you perhaps give the decade?


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Argentum wrote:
Animal wrote:
doug frobel wrote:
Surely not Bob Walk?


NOPE..his career number is about 4.6.

And a couple other guys I might have guessed are not it either..

Blass 5.0
Moose 5.7


Man, can you perhaps give the decade?


Hmmmm...decade would probably give it away. Let's just say this guy was traded TO the Bucs as a young prospect when we traded away a veteran in a salary dump...then after several years with us, he was traded away for a couple young guys in a salary dump. The first one worked out for us. The second one, not so good!

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Animal wrote:
Hmmmm...decade would probably give it away. Let's just say this guy was traded TO the Bucs as a young prospect when we traded away a veteran in a salary dump...then after several years with us, he was traded away for a couple young guys in a salary dump. The first one worked out for us. The second one, not so good!

Jason Schmidt? Hasn't he already been identified?


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 Post subject: Re: WEDNESDAY PIRATE TRIVIA--STRIKEOUT PITCHERS
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Oop...I said "John Smiley"...but he's already been mentioned.

Wild Guess: Tim Wakefield?

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