Best pitchers trio?

Discussion in 'Baseball' started by Babe_Ruth, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Babe_Ruth

    Babe_Ruth Sultan of Swat Staff Member V.I.P.

    There was a lot of teams that had three great starting pitchers in there rotation, but in your opinion who do you think was the best and why?

    Personally I believe it was the Maddux, Smoltz and Glavine trio, they were just to dominant, they won't a lot of NL East titles, and they got what's most important wins. Here's a few numbers.

    -Maddux from 1993-2003 had 194 wins
    -Smoltz from 1993-2003 had 106 wins and 110 saves
    -Glavine from 1993-2002 had 169 wins

    which means if you equal all those together it makes:

    469 wins and 110 saves which is remarkable.


  2. njbroncsfan

    njbroncsfan Registered Member

    I liked the Hudson, Mulder, Zito trio on the A's. I think that the former Braves trio is better though.

    Currently, I hate to do it but I have to say Beckett, teletubbie, and Schilling.
  3. The_Kid

    The_Kid Sexy Beast

    I'd have to give it to the Smoltz/Maddux/Glavine trio, but if you look at a Negro League aspect, the Paige/Rogan/Day trio of the early 30s may have been better.

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