Baltimore Orioles: Top ten pitchers in franchise history
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Mike Boddicker – Perhaps one of the more unsung Oriole pitchers, Boddicker played in Baltimore for nine years. During that time he amassed a win percentage of .536, and a 3.80 ERA. Boddicker was drafted by the Orioles, and played for three other organizations.
Similar to Milt Papas above, Boddicker proved to be worth more to the franchise on the trade market more than anything else. Boddicker was traded in 1988 to Boston, and the Orioles got future superstar, Brady Anderson. Given what Anderson turned into with the Orioles, that’s a pretty decent return.