Re: 1990 Reds offense
Charlton was good in both relief and starting roles, Myers was very good, but Dibble was lights-out unbelievably good for a couple years. It's rare that you see MLB hitters consistently overmatched but that's what Dibble did. It took the league a couple years to realize he didn't throw his slider for strikes and to sit on his fastball. It was great fun to be a Reds fan during his short arc of greatness.
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