The Reds have had 58 20 win seasons in their history. Last being Danny Jackson's 23 in 1988 and Tom Browning's 20 in 1985. Then there's only 1 in the 70's and 5 in the 60's. In other words it's an extremely rare occurance in our history/lifetimes. Assuming he wins today he's at 14 with about 12 starts left. If he goes .500 he'll get it.
I know wins aren't a great way to judge a pitcher, but when you near 20, it's a pretty good judge of the season you and your team have had.
This is a very cool season to witeness.