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Old 03-13-2019, 03:54 PM
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DONTRELLE WILLIS

Came up with Marlins and looked great. But:

First 4 years in baseball: 58-39 w/l record
Next 5 years in baseball: 14-30 w/l record

And he was gone.
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DONTRELLE WILLIS

Came up with Marlins and looked great. But:

First 4 years in baseball: 58-39 w/l record
Next 5 years in baseball: 14-30 w/l record

And he was gone.
Good bat too.
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Yankee fans will always remember the sting of Chien-Ming Wang too. What could have been.....
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Good bat too.
And a really neat personality, a good guy. This was a shame how he lost it and never got it back.
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And a really neat personality, a good guy. This was a shame how he lost it and never got it back.
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