The MLB’s Biggest Pitching Flops So Far in 2010

Posted: 14th June 2010 by Andrew Godfrey in MLB
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Kevin Millwood, pictured here, is 0-8 with a 5.91 ERA after his first 14 starts of the 2010 season after being traded to the Baltimore Orioles. The 2010 baseball season has not been kind to the Baltimore Orioles, and a big part of their failure has been Kevin Millwood failing to win a game this season. His 0-8 record and 5.91 ERA were not what the Orioles expected when acquiring him in a trade that sent Chris Ray and Ben Snyder to the Texas Rangers. Millwood has taken the mound 14 times this season, and has yet to win a game as of June 14th. The Orioles are paying him $9 million of his $12 million this season. He is in the last year of a five-year contract he signed with the Rangers for $60 million. He leads all major league pitchers in most home runs allowed with 19. He posted a 13-10 rec ...

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