That was Mike Scott at the end of the 1986 season. Pure filth. In his last four starts - two regular season and two playoffs - Mike Scott's pitching line was the following:
34 IP 10 HITS 2 ER 5 BB 40 K.
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A watched plot never thickens.
Or Doc Gooden in his rookie year. That's what Darling called Chappie last September- "A lefthanded Doc".
I had forgotten how literally insane that game was. All I remember is that Manhattan came to a complete stop from innings 13-16. Big game for Billy Hatcher.
According to MLB that was the 5th greatest game of all time. And 10 days later the Mets played in the 3rd greatest game of all time. Those 8os Mets were underachievers but they were fun to watch.
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