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  • Jack Quinn

    2 7.41%
  • Old Hoss Radbourn

    13 48.15%
  • Rick Reuschel

    0 0%
  • Jerry Reuss

    1 3.70%
  • Eppa Rixey

    16 59.26%
  • Robin Roberts

    18 66.67%
  • Eddie Rommel

    3 11.11%
  • Ed Reulbach

    3 11.11%
  • Red Ruffing

    6 22.22%
  • Amos Rusie

    7 25.93%
  • Nolan Ryan

    23 85.19%
  • Bret Saberhagen

    3 11.11%
  • Tom Seaver

    25 92.59%
  • Bob Shawkey

    0 0%
  • Urban Shocker

    4 14.81%
  • Warren Spahn

    25 92.59%
  • Al Spalding

    12 44.44%
  • Dave Stieb

    1 3.70%
  • Don Sutton

    10 37.04%
  • Frank Tanana

    1 3.70%
  • Jesse Tannehill

    1 3.70%
  • Luis Tiant

    5 18.52%
  • Virgil Trucks

    1 3.70%
  • George Uhle

    0 0%
  • Dazzy Vance

    11 40.74%
  • Hippo Vaughn

    3 11.11%
  • Rube Waddell

    18 66.67%
  • Ed Walsh

    17 62.96%
  • Bucky Walters

    11 40.74%
  • Lon Warneke

    2 7.41%
  • Bob Welch

    0 0%
  • Mickey Welch

    2 7.41%
  • Earl Whitehill

    0 0%
  • Vic Willis

    1 3.70%
  • Smoky Joe Wood

    10 37.04%
  • Early Wynn

    17 62.96%
  • Cy Young

    25 92.59%
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Thread: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

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    RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Vote for all STARTING PITCHERS with last names beginning with Q-Z that you believe should be in the Hall of Fame. This is a multiple-choice poll so you're allowed to vote for more than one player.

    • 19th century (i.e. pre 1903): Need 2/5 support
    • Early Modern (roughly 1903-1945): Need 1/2 support
    • Integration (roughly 1945-1970): Need 5/8 support
    • Post Integration (roughly 1970-present): Need 2/3 support


    Code:
    Player               Innings    ERA+       Era
    Jack Quinn           3,920.1    114    Early Modern to WWII
    Old Hoss Radbourn    4,535.1    120    19th Century
    Rick Reuschel        3,548.1    114    Post Integration
    Jerry Reuss          3,669.2    100    Post Integration
    Eppa Rixey           4,494.2    115    Early Modern to WWII
    Robin Roberts        4,688.2    113    Integration
    Eddie Rommel         2,556.1    121    Early Modern to WWII
    Ed Reulbach          2,632.1    123    Early Modern to WWII
    Red Ruffing          4,344.0    109    Early Modern to WWII
    Amos Rusie           3,769.2    130    19th Century
    Nolan Ryan           5,386.0    112    Post Integration
    Bret Saberhagen      2,562.2    126    Post Integration
    Tom Seaver           4,782.2    127    Post Integration
    Bob Shawkey          2,937.0    113    Early Modern to WWII
    Code:
    Player               Innings    ERA+       Era
    Urban Shocker        2,681.2    124    Early Modern to WWII
    Warren Spahn         5,243.2    118    Integration
    Al Spalding          2,890.2    142    19th Century
    Dave Stieb           2,895.1    122    Post Integration
    Don Sutton           5,282.1    108    Post Integration
    Frank Tanana         4,188.1    106    Post Integration
    Jesse Tannehill      2,750.1    114    Early Modern to WWII
    Luis Tiant           3,486.1    114    Post Integration
    Virgil Trucks        2,682.1    116    Integration
    George Uhle          3,119.2    105    Early Modern to WWII
    Dazzy Vance          2,966.2    125    Early Modern to WWII
    Hippo Vaughn         2,730.0    120    Early Modern to WWII
    Rube Waddell         2,961.1    134    Early Modern to WWII
    Ed Walsh             2,964.1    145    Early Modern to WWII
    Bucky Walters        3,104.2    115    Early Modern to WWII
    Code:
    Player               Innings    ERA+       Era
    Lon Warneke          2,782.1    119    Early Modern to WWII
    Bob Welch            3,092.0    106    Post Integration
    Mickey Welch         4,802.0    113    19th Century
    Earl Whitehill       3,564.2    100    Early Modern to WWII
    Vic Willis           3,966.0    118    Early Modern to WWII
    Smoky Joe Wood       1,436.1    146    Early Modern to WWII
    Early Wynn           4,564.0    106    Integration
    Cy Young             7,354.2    138    Early Modern to WWII
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Pffft! I don't know why anyone would vote for Cy Young. How many Cy Young awards did he win, huh?
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R
    Pffft! I don't know why anyone would vote for Cy Young. How many Cy Young awards did he win, huh?
    True, but he always came to play, gave 110%, and "knew how to win."
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    I voted for

    Ryan
    Seaver
    Spahn
    Spaulding
    Rube Waddell
    Ed Walsh
    Young
    Smokey Joe Wood
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Puffy:
    You didn't vote for Robin Roberts?
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron
    Puffy:
    You didn't vote for Robin Roberts?
    No - I missed him. I look at ERA over league average and I missed Roberts.
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    I voted for:

    Radbourn, Rixey, Roberts, Reulbach, Ruffing, Rusie, Ryan, Seaver, Spalding, Spahn, Sutton, Vance, Waddell, Walsh, Wynn, and Young.

    I thought that Young, Seaver, Spahn, Ryan, Roberts, and Spalding were the automatic choices.
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Vance didn't win his first game until he was 31 and wound up with 197 wins. The guy absolutely dominated the NL in the 1920s. He's sort of the reverse Waddell, who was just about done by age 31.

    Hard to ask sympathy for a Yankee, but Ruffing was the ace on probably the best teams of all time, the 1936-39 Bombers. For me that tips the scales for him.

    If Radbourn had only pitched his 1884 season (59-12, 1.38, 678.2 IP, 441 Ks), I'd have still voted for him.
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Vance was a nasty pitcher for a couple seasons ... absolutely dominant.

    My ballot:

    Radbourn
    Rixey
    Roberts
    Rusie
    Ryan
    Seaver
    Spahn
    Sutton
    Tiant
    Vance
    Waddell
    Walsh
    Walters
    Wynn
    Young

    Eppa Rixey and Bucky Walters are admittingly homer calls for me.
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    Re: RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers, Q-Z

    Code:
    RedsZone Hall of Fame - Starting Pitchers Q-Z
    
    Player                  % of votes
    Old Hoss Radbourn     48.18 percent
    Eppa Rixey            59.26 percent
    Robin Roberts         66.67 percent
    Nolan Ryan            85.19 percent
    Tom Seaver            92.59 percent
    Warren Spahn          92.59 percent
    Al Spalding           44.44 percent
    Rube Waddell          66.67 percent
    Ed Walsh              62.96 percent
    Early Wynn            62.96 percent
    Cy Young              92.59 percent
    We've got 11 more starting pitchers elected in this grouping, bringing the final tally to 32 starters.
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