• The Best Yankees SP Who Only Pitched Briefly For New York

    Posted by on November 13th, 2012 · Comments (0)

    Here’s one way to slice it -

    Rk Player WAR IP From To Age G GS W L SV ERA ERA+
    1 Chien-Ming Wang 13.2 670.2 2005 2009 25-29 109 104 55 26 1 4.16 107
    2 Jimmy Key 12.8 604.1 1993 1996 32-35 94 94 48 23 0 3.68 123
    3 Joe McGinnity 12.0 580.2 1901 1902 30-31 73 66 39 30 1 3.52 108
    4 Bullet Joe Bush 11.8 783.0 1922 1924 29-31 115 91 62 38 4 3.44 118
    5 Doc Medich 10.3 787.0 1972 1975 23-26 111 108 49 40 0 3.40 107
    6 Hank Borowy 7.8 780.2 1942 1945 26-29 107 96 56 30 3 2.74 124
    7 Steve Kline 7.2 659.0 1970 1974 22-26 97 94 40 37 0 2.96 110
    8 Melido Perez 7.2 631.1 1992 1995 26-29 93 92 33 39 0 4.06 104
    9 Johnny Allen 7.0 615.1 1932 1935 27-30 94 78 50 19 5 3.79 106
    10 Marius Russo 6.9 680.2 1939 1946 24-31 120 84 45 34 5 3.13 124
    11 Randy Johnson 6.9 430.2 2005 2006 41-42 67 67 34 19 0 4.37 100
    12 Phil Hughes 6.2 635.0 2007 2012 21-26 152 103 52 36 3 4.39 99
    13 Scott Kamieniecki 6.0 627.1 1991 1996 27-32 113 94 36 39 1 4.33 99
    14 Phil Niekro 5.9 435.2 1984 1985 45-46 65 64 32 20 0 3.59 109
    15 Bill Bevens 5.6 642.1 1944 1947 27-30 96 84 40 36 0 3.08 113
    16 Harry Howell 5.6 649.1 1901 1903 24-26 88 72 32 42 0 3.77 97
    17 Pat Dobson 5.2 631.0 1973 1975 31-33 94 90 39 37 0 3.65 100
    18 Hiroki Kuroda 5.2 219.2 2012 2012 37-37 33 33 16 11 0 3.32 126
    19 Dennis Rasmussen 5.0 597.1 1984 1987 25-28 103 96 39 24 0 4.28 96
    20 Slow Joe Doyle 4.9 425.0 1906 1910 24-28 70 50 22 21 1 2.75 99
    Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
    Generated 11/13/2012.

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    It’s interesting to see that, to date, Phil “Look at me, I’m in Paris!” Hughes and Scott Kamieniecki have the same “Yankees career.”

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