QUIZ: Name every MLB pitcher to win 100 games with two different teams

Only eight MLB pitchers have ever won 100+ games with two different ballclubs. Can you name them all?
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Cooperstown 2016: Mike Mussina

MIKE MUSSINA Third Year on Ballot (24.6% last year) PLAYING CAREER:  Baltimore Orioles (1991–2000) and New York Yankees (2001–2008) ACHIEVEMENTS:  270 career wins rank him 33rd all-time. Only five Hall-eligible pitchers have more wins and are not in Cooperstown. Double digit in win in seventeen straight seasons, including one 20 win season (2008), two 19 win seasons, three...
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December 25, 2015  |  Discuss

The Case for Mike Mussina’s Election to the Hall of Fame

You probably don’t have a say in who makes the Hall of Fame and who doesn’t. Only a select handful of Baseball Writers Association of America members have a say in such matters. Simple math dictates that you, dear reader, are likely not a member of that inner baseball Illuminati. If anything, you are but a voice in the endless masses of those crying havoc and letting slip the...
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December 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Evaluating Mike Mussina’s Hall of Fame case

Mike Mussina: 270-game winner, five-time All-Star, seven-time Gold Glover. Hall of Famer? Over an 18-year career, Mussina was always one of the best pitchers in the league. He was never the best. Mussina never started the All-Star Game, and only had one 20-win season. The right-hander from rural Pennsylvania can list six top-five Cy Young finishes […]
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November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Buy Former Yankee Mike Mussina’s Florida Estate — $850,000

Former Yankee pitcher Mike Mussina is selling his lakeside Florida estate for a solid $850,000. So, if your a rich Yankee fan snow bird who might be moving to Florida, this is the perfect house for you! The features inside aren’t exactly dazzling. It’s basically just a normal house. No theaters, or bowling alleys, or basement bars or anything like that. Pretty boring if you...
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April 18, 2015  |  Discuss

The Orioles Don’t Care About Our Expectations

In 2012, the Orioles — fresh off a losing streak dating back to the Cal Ripken / Mike Mussina / Davey Johnson squad of 1997 — shocked all of baseball by winning 93 games and the American League wild card game. Backed by what seemed like completely unsustainable one-run luck and with the knowledge that […]
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July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History: April 5, 2001

2001: Paul O’Neill’s first-inning home run was the only run Mike Mussina needed, as the Yankees downed the Royals 1-0 at Yankee Stadium in New York. O’Neill homered off Royal starter Dan Reichert with two outs in the first. Reichert was solid except for that one mistake, as he pitched six innings and allowed only four hits and three walks while striking out three. Reliever...
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April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

If Mike Mussina had been an Atlanta Brave, he'd be going into the Hall of Fame

Wait a minute. I know what you're thinking:I'm gonna piss and moan about Yankee-hating Gammonites in the Pooperstown vote. Well, you are wrong. How dare you. Nothing, NOTHING, could be further from the truth. This isn't about Mike Mussina being blackballed because he was a Yankee. Nope. He lost because of the F Troop-sorry state of the Orioles during the 1990s. If not for the wretchedness...
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Hall of Fame voting can mean poor journalism ethics

The results of this year’s Hall of Fame voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America will be revealed on Wednesday. Some will get in and rightfully so. Others will fall short of election, it may not be because they’re undeserving, but rather because of the thought process of some of the voters. ESPN’s Pedro Gomez tweeted Monday, “Anyone with a problem with HOF voting...
January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

What my 2014 Hall of Fame ballot would look like

The Hall of Fame is set to announce its Expansion Era results Dec. 9. Most certainly, one of Joe Torre, Bobby Cox or Tony La Russa, if not all three, have an excellent chance of getting elected. If so, they would have to wait until Jan. 8 to see who would join them in the Class of 2014. Credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame     I don’t have a vote as to who gets elected, but...
December 02, 2013  |  Discuss

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