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There were 69 starting pitchers from the 1960s who pitched in at least 200 games. If a player does not appear on the list of the 69 eligible players list, then they either didnÆt reach 200 games or I consider them a pitcher from the 1950s or the 1970s. The 1950s will be covered in a separate article, and I just wrote an article on the 10 best starting pitchers from the 1970s. Pitchers will only be in one decade. For example, Bob Gibson will appear in this article. So, he will not appear in my 1950s article, which I will write at a later date; and, of course, he did not appear in my 1970s article. á
An Explanation of the Stats The statistics used will be Games Pitched, Games Started, Innings Pitched, ERA, ERA+, W, W%+, H/9 (OBA), WHIP (OOB%), SHO, SHO/40 (per 40 games started), K and ...

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