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oscargamblesfro (76)
07/05/2007
Walter Johnson was aging, and not as incredible as he had been, but still very good: and the teams in the 20's were the best ones Washington ever had, and they weren't a bad club in this era, winning back to back pennants in 24 and 25 and the Series the first season. Stan Coveleski was a HOF'er and a 5 time 20 game winner, mostly with the Indians. Dutch Ruether was a solid, above average pitcher with various clubs. George Mogridge had a pretty good career, and Firpo Marberry was a guy who both started some games and relieved others, he was one of the most important ancestors of the modern closer, though he pitched way more innings than today's guys. Tom Zachary is best known for giving up Ruth's 60th homer, but although he had a lifetime losing mark, in his best years he was beyond serviceable. Not a great staff, but Johnson is arguably the most incredible pitcher ever in the context of the time he played in. While it's somewhat erroneous to think that he only played for awful clubs, as this was a good franchise in the 20's and the 1912 version came in second place, the ones in his first 5 or 6 seasons were indeed atrocious.

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