Last week I posted a column about the All-1960s Yankees' Batters. Here now is the pitching staff.
Pictured above are the top 6 pitchers (by innings pitched), plus #9 (Steve Hamilton) and #10 (Hal Reniff).
I don't have a card for #7 Bill Stafford, and I have bypassed 1968 Rookie of the Year Stan Bahnsen for 2 reasons: He only had 2 significant seasons with the Yankees in the 1960s (whereas all the other pitchers had at least 4), and I also wanted to have some relief pitchers represented (Hamilton, Reniff).
(Click to enlarge)
This chart shows innings pitched and games started for those pitchers who had 200 or more innings pitched for the Yankees in the decade. Next to their name is the number of years with the Yankees (in the 1960s), and the number of significant years (50 or more innings pitched in a season).
(see: Whitey Ford, Ralph Terry, Jim Bouton, Hal Reniff)
(If anyone wants the entire list of 62 players, send me an email through my profile page.)
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