# Miami marlins
A Plea For The Return Of The Complete Game
Since 1900, 34 pitchers have thrown 250 or more complete games in their Major League careers. The leader, Walter Johnson, completed 531 games between 1907 and 1927. Complete games were, of course, much more common in the early days of baseball. Only seven pitchers who started the majority of their games during or after the 1950 season appear on this list: Warren Spahn (382), Robin Roberts (305) Gaylord Perry (303), Early Wynn (289), Fergie Jenkins (267), Bob Gibson (255), and Steve Carlton (254). Carlton, the youngest of this bunch, threw his last complete game in 1987. Since the year 2000, Hall of Famer Roy Halladay leads all pitchers with 65 complete games. Livan Hernandez is second with 39. Likely Hall of Famer Zack Greinke, who was a rookie in 2004, has just 17.
Braves need righthanded outfield bat and should bring back Jorge Solar.
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Is Don Mattingly The Best Former Player Managing Today?
Miami manager Don Mattingly talks about his team at the Winter Meetings.Arturo Pardavila III, Hoboken, NJ, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0. Earlier this week, I published a piece on the unique connection shared between Don Mattingly and Charlie Montoyo. While I encourage you to find it and read it, for the sake of your edification and my page views, what the special connection boiled down to was the fact the two are the only managers in all of MLB right now that spent their entire MLB careers with one team.