Originally Posted by Ricardo Cabesa
Browning won 20 games with a 3.55ERA as a rookie in '85 and had an ERA of 3.81 or under in 5 of his first 6 seasons.
I must be reading the wrong resume for Milton.
Obviously you are. Comparing Milton to Browning is perfect. Browning happened to pitch in a pitchers park. Remember, in the World Series Oakland took him yard several times and hit him hard. He probably would have had a 4+ ERA if he pitched in Oakland or Atlanta around that time, just like Milton. Great American isn't nearly the bandbox people make it out to be, that's why I expect Milton to finish with a 3+ ERA.