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Walter Johnson Threw an 18 Inning Shutout
Won't see anything like it today.
100 years ago on this spot...
the first perfect game in MLB history was pitched in worcester, mass. cleveland blues vs the worcester worcesters (yes, they had no name. some say ruby legs, but its not true). MLB still technically owes my home city a team. its on the books still.
theres a plaque.
In 1918, Walter pitched 326.0 IP. That wasn't even a career high, which was 371.2 IP in 1914. Walter Johnson has a career fWAR of 117.1 pitching from 1907-1927
Great in marinades.....
18 inning shut out? That still only counts as one.
Jim Joyce agrees
What'd you say, motherfucker?
I see the most expensive car wash in your future.
He best choose his next words very carefully, for they may be his last.
Let's all just MELLOW OUT
I recommend a moderately-priced Gin
Playing it safe, I see? Well....I'll just see myself out then.
Okay, okay...we'll Tanqueray
i read that in the paper yesterday. this day in age they protect a pitchers arm too much for this to happen today
Twice as much happened in this spot!!
He was an awesome pitcher. For my money he's among the best pitchers ever.
but they did have a semi pro soccer team....... That NO one came out to see play....... Freaking Worcester!!! lol
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