He was a phenom, a dynamite pitcher who looked like he'd win 20 for
years, but then became worthless and couldn't hit the broad side of a
And then, relying on a skill he'd barely had to use and had no reason
to rely on, he still was good enough to make it as a hitter.
He's not great, far from it, he's a player whose reputation outstrips
his actual talent, but in the absence of a complete meltdown, the
guy's a pitcher. HGH or not, that's pretty remarkable.
Sent from my mobile device