Pitching in the mighty AL East during the steroid era in hitter friendly ballparks , Mike Mussina has a compelling case for the Hall of Fame. What do you think? or ?
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I met baseball hall of famer Gaylord Perry at the local Old Timers Banquet. A 1991 Hall of Fame inductee, Gaylord Perry played an astonishing 22 seasons in the big leagues and is 17th all-time with 314 wins, is 8th all-time with 3,534 strikeouts, is ranked 6th all-time with 5,350 innings pitched and won two Cy Young Awards one in each league.
This ‘66 Sports Illustrated that I had him sign/inscribe last night is now the oldest signed SI in my collection that I’ve gotten in person. This “314 wins” is my first signed ball inscription for a 300+ game winner.