FIRE JOE MORGAN: Follow Up: Steve Phillips on Jamie Moyer

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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

 

Follow Up: Steve Phillips on Jamie Moyer

Remember what he said? That somehow Moyer is better (or something) than Pedro, Schilling, et al.? (That post is below.)

Now, look at some ESPN info on Moyer (after he lost 12-9 to the Yankees on May 11):

"The Mariners looked as though they would salvage a second win on their six-game road trip, but Moyer couldn't make the generous run support hold up. The 42-year-old left-hander failed in his third attempt to set the Mariners' record for career victories. He is tied with Randy Johnson, now with the Yankees, at 130 wins.

After starting the season 4-0 in his first five starts, Moyer has allowed 16 earned runs and 33 hits in his next three outings that totaled 8 2-3 innings. The Mariners are 0-3 in those games."

Good job, Steve Phillips! Keep it up!

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