Mike Marshall New York Mets

Age: 78 (January 15, 1943) | 5' 10" | 180lbs. | Throws: Right
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
DET AL 1967 1 3 10 0 37 0 59.0 51 6 20 41 1.98 1.20 1.19 3.1 6.3 .264 n/a
SE1 AL 1969 3 10 0 0 20 14 87.2 99 8 35 47 5.13 1.53 1.47 3.6 4.8 .312 n/a
HOU NL 1970 0 1 0 0 4 0 5.1 8 0 4 5 8.44 2.25 1.88 6.8 8.4 .443 n/a
MON NL 1970 3 7 3 0 24 5 64.2 56 4 29 38 3.48 1.31 1.18 4.0 5.3 .265 n/a
MON NL 1971 5 8 23 0 66 0 111.1 100 9 50 85 4.28 1.35 1.24 4.0 6.9 .284 n/a
MON NL 1972 14 8 18 0 65 0 116.0 82 3 47 95 1.78 1.11 0.95 3.6 7.4 .254 n/a
MON NL 1973 14 11 31 0 92 0 179.0 163 10 75 124 2.66 1.33 1.20 3.8 6.2 .287 n/a
LAN NL 1974 15 12 21 0 106 0 208.1 191 9 56 143 2.42 1.19 1.12 2.4 6.2 .291 n/a
LAN NL 1975 9 14 13 0 57 0 109.1 98 8 39 64 3.29 1.25 1.18 3.2 5.3 .269 n/a
LAN NL 1976 4 3 8 0 30 0 62.2 64 2 25 39 4.45 1.42 1.27 3.6 5.6 .310 n/a
ATL NL 1976 2 1 6 0 24 0 36.2 35 4 14 17 3.19 1.34 1.31 3.4 4.2 .264 n/a
ATL NL 1977 1 0 0 0 4 0 6.0 12 1 2 6 9.00 2.33 2.42 3.0 9.0 .502 n/a
TEX AL 1977 2 2 1 0 12 4 35.2 42 0 13 18 4.04 1.54 1.36 3.3 4.5 .337 n/a
MIN AL 1978 10 12 21 0 54 0 99.0 80 3 37 56 2.45 1.18 1.04 3.4 5.1 .257 n/a
MIN AL 1979 10 15 32 0 90 1 142.2 132 8 48 81 2.65 1.26 1.18 3.0 5.1 .278 n/a
MIN AL 1980 1 3 1 0 18 0 32.1 42 2 12 13 6.12 1.67 1.58 3.3 3.6 .338 n/a
NYN NL 1981 3 2 0 0 20 0 31.0 26 2 8 8 2.61 1.10 1.06 2.3 2.3 .232 n/a
Career 14yrs 97 112 188 0 723 24 1386.2 1281 79 514 880 3.14 1.29 1.19 3.3 5.7 .284 n/a
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Cy Young corners the market on several of them....Wins, Losses, IP, games started, complete games, hits allowed, and decisions.
van wilhoite LVW
Jan 10 '14
Feliciano was the only guy I could think of recently to give as an argument, but he only cracked 90 games once. I can't ever seeing a LOOGY doing it, ballfour.

Cy Young tops the unbreakable stuff. Just fun to talk about.
Keith Cromer Slyke
Jan 10 '14
Pedro Feliciano's workload in recent years makes me think the Marshall 106 could topple - again, thinking of a specialist. Unlikely, but nothing like Cy Young's haul of unbreakable stuff.
scott pianowski ballfour
Jan 10 '14
I'd put career HRs by an AL pitcher up there with any of the unbreakable ones.
van wilhoite LVW
Jan 10 '14
Maybe a specialist could break the appearance record. I can't see anyone doing it tied to the sort of workload Marshall received.

Mike Marshall is a fascinating supporting player in Ball Four.
scott pianowski ballfour
Jan 10 '14
When we look at all-time MLB records discussed as being "unbreakable" in this day and age, I think Marshall's 106 games pitched in 1974 has to be in that discussion.

I think it is safe to say we will never see another pitcher appear in 106 games, log 208 innings and lead the league in saves while winning 15 games.

Maybe even more unique is that he finished 83 games for the Dodgers that year, as well. He held that all-time record also, until he broke his own record with 84 games finished with the 1979 Twins.

Keith Cromer Slyke
Jan 10 '14