Sinking Heaters: the Best MLB Pitchers Of The 1990s

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Major League Baseball in the 90s was pitching oriented. The formula was simple — pitching and defense won championships. This was before the BALCO scandal was uncovered so keep in mind that performance enhancing drugs were certainly present, they were justnot as prevalent as they were in the 2000s. With that said, players that were legitimately on performance enhancers were automatically disqualified from this list. It is understandable that hitters were taking them so pitchers were more than likely trying to level the playing field. But that does not make it acceptable. When Barry Bonds, Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire get voted into the Hall of Fame then we consider for a list. Until then, Roger Clemens (who would have been on here) and Kevin Brown (who would have been seriously considered) are left out. These are the Top 5 MLB Pitchers of the 1990s:
Sinking Heaters: the Best MLB Pitchers Of The 1990s
Image Credit: Pete Saloutos / Shutterstock.com
Major League Baseball in the 90s was pitching oriented. The formula was simple — pitching and defense won championships. This was before the BALCO scandal was uncovered so keep in mind that performance enhancing drugs were certainly present, they were justnot as prevalent as they were in the 2000s. With that said, players that were legitimately on performance enhancers were automatically disqualified from this list. It is understandable that hitters were taking them so pitchers were more than likely trying to level the playing field. But that does not make it acceptable. When Barry Bonds, Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire get voted into the Hall of Fame then we consider for a list. Until then, Roger Clemens (who would have been on here) and Kevin Brown (who would have been seriously considered) are left out. These are the Top 5 MLB Pitchers of the 1990s:
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This list consists of two guys from the same rotation, one guy nicknamed "The Big Unit," a "Cone-head" and a scrawny guy straight off of the boat that throws 95+ miles per hour. How is that for depth on your list? These are the Top 5 MLB Pitchers of the 1990s. Wouldn't you agree?


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