Pablo or Glavine? (Random question)

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Who had a better career? Well guess what, they are both 95’s...I still continue to think Glavine is one of the most underrated pitchers of all time

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You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

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@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

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@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

Thats why he’s represented by a Prime card

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@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

That’s the point of prime cards. To reflect the peak of a players prime

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@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

Thats why he’s represented by a Prime card

In my opinion sig series, prime, and awards should all be the same. It’s not fair to players that get sig cards for them to be lower rated then if they got a prime card. You could argue Glavine could have a prime 98 or cy young 98

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@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

Thats why he’s represented by a Prime card

In my opinion sig series, prime, and awards should all be the same. It’s not fair to players that get sig cards for them to be lower rated then if they got a prime card. You could argue Glavine could have a prime 98 or cy young 98

If they were all same, what would be the point then? There is a reason they are using different methods of judging a player, having all SS last season got old real fast.

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@eatyum said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@olivegarden2 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@Hikes83 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

You’re kinda losing credibility when you’re comparing a pitcher to a hitter

But still...Pablo has like 2 good years

Thats why he’s represented by a Prime card

In my opinion sig series, prime, and awards should all be the same. It’s not fair to players that get sig cards for them to be lower rated then if they got a prime card. You could argue Glavine could have a prime 98 or cy young 98

If they were all same, what would be the point then? There is a reason they are using different methods of judging a player, having all SS last season got old real fast.

I like the card art like this a lot! It mixes things up but they should have an equal rating scale if it is their top card is all I’m saying

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Yeah, but who's got the better nickname?

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Yeah Glavine throws a 1 hit 8 inning shoutout in game 6 of a clinching World Series I’m going to Tommy on this one, you gotta have balls to do that

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Panda panda panda panda

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@jrbufford1 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

Yeah Glavine throws a 1 hit 8 inning shoutout in game 6 of a clinching World Series I’m going to Tommy on this one, you gotta have balls to do that

I mean, if we are talking world series here, Panda batted .426 over 3 WS titles, including a 2012 WS MVP where he hit .500.

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@eatyum said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

@jrbufford1 said in Pablo or Glavine? (Random question):

Yeah Glavine throws a 1 hit 8 inning shoutout in game 6 of a clinching World Series I’m going to Tommy on this one, you gotta have balls to do that

I mean, if we are talking world series here, Panda batted .426 over 3 WS titles, including a 2012 WS MVP where he hit .500.

Panda was out of his mind in that WS. Then he got a huge contract, put on 100lbs and that was about it.

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