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  1. Topps Miniature Baseball Cards Bret Saberhagen Shawon Dunston in sealed case unknown year by Inc. The Topps Company, 1987

21. Baseball Prospectus | Counterpoint: Pitching And Defense
6% 5420 Martinez,Dennis .266 3.0% 5410 .273 -0.2% 6166 Viola,Frank .280 -1.7% 4450 .287 +1.5% 4481 Saberhagen,Bret

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Saberhagen, Bret. Bret Saberhagen 2nd Youngest 20 Game Winner. Autographed By Bret Saberhagen. Postmark Sept. 30, 1985. Issued by the Gateway Stamp Company and Limited to 200.

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Saberhagen, Bret. Bret Saberhagen – NoHitter. Autographed By Bret Saberhagen. Postmark Aug. 26, 1991. Issued by the Gateway Stamp Company.

25. Physical Therapy- Professional Athletes
Bret Saberhagen Bret Saberhagen debuted with the Kansas City Royals in 1984, and by 1985 he had already won the Cy Young Award and led the Royals to a World Series Championship
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There have been numerous professional athletes that have returned from rotator cuff surgeries to be productive in their sports. Baseball pitchers are the athletes to most often have this injury due to the overhead throwing motion. Listed below, are a few baseball pitchers who have had rotator cuff surgery and come back to play again with various amounts of success. (Pictures courtesy of (Statistics courtesy of
Ramon Martinez:
Ramon Martinez debuted in 1990 for the Los Angeles Dodgers with a stellar season debut. As a 22-year-old Martinez had his first and best season: he posted a 20-6 record with a 2.92 ERA, 12 complete games, and 223 strikeouts, including an 18-strikeout game. Through the next few season Ramon pitched extremely well, accumulating ten or more wins for six of the next seven seasons. In 1998, Ramon Martinez decided to have surgery to repair his torn rotator cuff injury, and was released by the Dodgers after the season, only to be picked up by the Boston Red Sox.

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27. Plus-Minus Part 2
saberhagen bret 167117 +50 pettitte andy 115-65 +50 martinez ramon 135-88 +47 smoltz john 160-116 +44
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T om Glavine in 1989. Glavine won his 10th game of the season on June 6, 2002 and joined the +100 club. He now has a won-lost record of 234-134, with a 10-2 mark so far this year. P.S. I don't know what you think of Mike Mussina as a future Hall of Fame member, but his record of 164-92 (plus 72) is very close to that of Sandy Koufax (165-87, plus 78). P.P.S. The biggest plus-minus turnaround of all time was probably accomplished by Red Ruffing. He pitched for the Red Sox from 1924 to 1930 and went 39-96 (-57). In mid-1930 he was traded to the Yankees. He became a perennial 20-game winner for the Yankees, and he retired in 1947 with a 273-225 (+48) record. Ruffing was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1967. After I wrote a piece about Randy Johnson and pitchers with 100 more wins than losses (click here to see it) a few people asked me about the leading active pitchers in the plus-minus category. Here's the list of all pitchers, active in 2001, who owned plus-minus marks of +31 or better at the end of last year:

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29. World Series MVP Winners
Bret Saberhagen Bret Saberhagen 1984 Jack Morris Alan Trammell 1983 Rick Dempsey Rick Dempsey 1982 Bruce Sutter Darrell Porter 1981 Ron Cey Ron Cey Pedro Guerrero

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There are two different awards presented to the most valuable player of the World Series. The more commonly known award is the Sport Magazine Award, which was originally given by the editors of the magazine in 1955. The award is now voted on during the final game of the World Series by a committee of reporters and officials in attendance. It is announced at the game and the award is officially given in Cooperstown soon thereafter where Chevy presents the winner with a new Corvette. The Babe Ruth Award was developed by the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America in honor of Babe Ruth and first awarded one year after The Bambino's death. The chapter meets following the series and announces their award via the media. Year Babe Ruth Award Sport Magazine Award TBA Josh Beckett David Eckstein Troy Glaus Curt Schilling Curt Schilling Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Derek Jeter Derek Jeter Mariano Rivera Mariano Rivera Scott Brosius Scott Brosius Moises Alou Livan Hernandez

30. Best Year's Ever - Kansas City Royals
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31. Ultimate Mets Database - Bret Saberhagen
Saberhagen, Bret 360 84 14 4 6 27 1 4 81 3 3.233.344.292 Details 1993 Saberhagen, Bret 524 131 20 4 11 17 4 3 93 6 6.250.366.275 Details 1994 Saberhagen, Bret 665 169 37 7 13

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33. The New York Mets Hall Of Records: Bret Saberhagen
Bret Saberhagen. Bret William Saberhagen Batted Right Threw Right Height 6'1 Weight 195 lbs. Born April 11, 1964 in Chicago Heights, IL Drafted 19th round 1982 by the
Bret Saberhagen Bret William Saberhagen
Batted: Right
Threw: Right
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Born: April 11, 1964 in Chicago Heights, IL
Drafted: 19th round 1982 by the Kansas City Royals
Acquired: traded from the Royals with Bill Pecota for Kevin McReynolds, Gregg Jefferies, and Keith Miller, December 1991
Departed: traded to the Colorado Rockies with a player to be named later (David Swanson) for Juan Acevedo and Arnold Gooch, July 1995 back to Players back to the New York Mets Hall of Records home page Rounding Third baseball card shop PITCHING RECORD (team-leading totals in red) YEAR CLUB G GS CG IP W L PCT H R ER SO BB ShO SV ERA
1984 K C AL 38 18 2 157.2 10 11 .476 138 71 61 73 36 1 1 3.48
1985 K C AL 32 32 10 235.1 20 6 .769 211 79 75 158 38 1 2.87 1986 K C AL 30 25 4 156.0 7 12 .368 165 77 72 112 29 2 4.15 1987 K C AL 33 33 15 257.0 18 10 .643 246 99 96 163 53 4 3.36 1988 K C AL 35 35 9 260.2 14 16 .467 271 122 110 171 59 3.80 1989 K C AL 36 35 12 262.1 23 6 .793 209 74 63 193 43 4 2.16

34. Bret Saberhagen Trades And Transactions By Baseball Almanac
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35. THE BOOK--Playing The Percentages In Baseball
3.34 Saberhagen Bret 3.46 Schilling Curt 3.46 Cone David 3.51 Gooden Dwight Look at the names. Pedro is 1 in either case, as is Clemens.
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36. Saturday, January 24, 2009 New York Times Crossword Puzzle
Pitcher Saberhagen BRET 58. Civic club ROTARY 60. Just too cute ADORABLE 62. Aaargh! DARNIT 63. Sushi bar order TUNAROLL 64. Weightlifting move SNATCH

37. Autographed Bret Saberhagen Memorabilia | Signed Baseball, Jersey, Autographs, S
About Bret Saberhagen Bret Saberhagen (full name Bret William Saberhagen; no nicknames) played pitcher from 1984 until 2001 for the Kansas City Royals, New York Mets, Colorado

38. Baseball Prospectus | Pitcher Abuse Points
Saberhagen, Bret 34 8 10 0.80 Silva, Jose 24 11 11 1.00 Swift, Billy 36 10 10 1.00 Mercker, Kent 30 12 11 1.09 Grace, Mike 28 11 10 1.10

39. List Of Kansas City Royals Opening Day Starting Pitchers - Wikipedia, The Free E
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List of Kansas City Royals Opening Day starting pitchers
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Gil Meche was the Kansas City Royals ' Opening Day starting pitcher in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The Kansas City Royals are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Kansas City, Missouri . They play in the American League Central division. The first game of the new baseball season for a team is played on Opening Day, and being named the Opening Day starter is an honor, which is given to the player who is expected to lead the pitching staff that season. The Kansas City Royals have used 19 different Opening Day starting pitchers wins losses ... no decisions No decisions are only awarded to the starting pitcher if the game is won or lost after the starting pitcher has left the game. The Kansas City Royals began to play in 1969. Wally Bunker was the Royals’ first Opening Day starting pitcher on April 18, 1969 against the Minnesota Twins. The Royals have played in two home ball parks . They played in Municipal Stadium Royals Stadium , which was subsequently renamed Kauffman Stadium, 1973.

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Bret William Saberhagen is a former Major League Baseball righthanded starting pitcher. His nickname was 'Sabes.' Bret
Bret Saberhagen
Bret William Saberhagen is a former Major League Baseball right-handed starting pitcher. His nickname was 'Sabes.' Bret Saberhagen attended Grover Cleveland High School, located in Reseda, California. Saberhagen starred in both basketball and baseball. In 1982, during Bret's senior year, he pitched a no-hitter and was the winning pitcher in the Los Angeles City Championship game, played at Dodger Stadium. Saberhagen was drafted out of high school by the Kansas City Royals in the 19th round of the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft and made his Major League debut on April 4, 1984. He made an immediate impact with the team, compiling a 10–11 record and a 3.48 ERA. The Royals made the postseason but lost to the Detroit Tigers. Saberhagen pitched well in his first postseason start, giving up two runs in 8 innings. In 1985, the 21-year-old Saberhagen established himself as the ace of the staff, going 20–6 with a 2.
quick facts Birthdate: April 11, 1964

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