tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post343816558273893235..comments2016-05-26T17:36:22.215-07:00Comments on Raising Matt Cain: Stopper Cain does it allM.C. O'Connorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12258035192484655635noreply@blogger.comBlogger6125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-9005756117266192482012-05-14T09:41:10.415-07:002012-05-14T09:41:10.415-07:00Yeah, I know. Even 200 wins would be great. The be...Yeah, I know. Even 200 wins would be great. The best part of my fantasy is him spending his entire career with us.Brother Bobhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18162500140573910451noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-23787467870289223192012-05-13T13:08:47.593-07:002012-05-13T13:08:47.593-07:00Hmm, with 71 wins now, and 26 more starts, he coul...Hmm, with 71 wins now, and 26 more starts, he could finish the year with, say, 12 more wins for 83. He'd need 217 more to get 300. Divide 217 by 15 and that's just short of 15 per year. Until he's age 42. His career high in wins is 14. Giants better get some offense.<br /><br />Rick Reuschel pitched until he was 42 and finished 214-191. If Matt Cain could get to 200 wins that would be something. Another 10 years of good health averaging 13 wins/year, he could do it. He has 210 starts, so it takes 3 starts for every win. That means 130 wins will take 390 more starts. He averages 33 starts/year, so that will take about 12 years. He'll be 39, which seems doable.M.C. O'Connorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12258035192484655635noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-65526231421590062132012-05-13T11:04:38.603-07:002012-05-13T11:04:38.603-07:00I predict that 15 years from now Cain will still b...I predict that 15 years from now Cain will still be a Giant, will be considered a certain HOFer, and will be working on a quest to get his 300th win.Brother Bobhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18162500140573910451noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-15392831309513655262012-05-13T09:05:56.364-07:002012-05-13T09:05:56.364-07:00Cain looked good on that slide, just the way you d...Cain looked good on that slide, just the way you draw it up in practice. He's a big boy, too, bigger than most middle infielders, for sure. He also got hit in the leg by a comebacker! The guy is a great ballplayer, not just a great pitcher.M.C. O'Connorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12258035192484655635noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-70209429266814275052012-05-13T06:39:19.246-07:002012-05-13T06:39:19.246-07:00Lets get back to the W/L numbers we put up on the ...Lets get back to the W/L numbers we put up on the d-backs before this streak they rattled off.<br /><br />I missed the take out slide Cain did at 2nd. Hoping they put it up on sfgiants. Straight. Up. Gamer.Shankbonehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04803824507120403397noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7941261488380355005.post-72650651971967202322012-05-12T21:47:49.120-07:002012-05-12T21:47:49.120-07:00When Crawford made the error on the Goldschmidt gr...When Crawford made the error on the Goldschmidt grounder, I thought here comes the Goldschmidt curse, and if Matt Cain does not get the win, I am going to sacrifice all my possessions. But he did, so I still have my possessions, at least for now.nomisnalahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08297640472949764321noreply@blogger.com