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Kris Johnson's journey from West Covina to Japanese ERA champion isn't over yet

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Kris Johnson's journey from West Covina to Japanese ERA champion isn't over yet
On 2016-1-18 JP Hoornstra wrote:
MLB doesn't award a trophy, or a plaque, or even a gift card to the pitcher with the lowest earned-run average in both leagues. The reward is an extrinsic one to the pitcher's team, and an intrinsic one for seeing your name next to a really low number.


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