Career In New

2020-03-19 - 20:56 | News |

Career in New York In December 1900 it changed to Amos Cincinnati and once again Russia is part of the Giants. Since then Mathewson began a successful career that led him to win 373 games and finish with an ERA of 2.13. He had a great line and a very good control, and a launch “new” and then called fadeball now known as screwball, which he learned from teammate Dave Williams in 1898. They were famous duels against the pitcher Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown, who won most of these encounters. During the 1905 World Series, won by his team, Mathewson pitched and won three games, all for money, being the culmination of a perfect year for the player, who had already won the Triple Crown during the regular tempra, achieving new this feat in 1908. He was a leader in wins in 1905, 1907, 1908 and 1910. When Mathewson finally leaves the Giants in 1916, they had reached four National League titles.