The Baltimore Orioles were the dominant team in the American League from 1969-71. After losing the World Series to the Amazing New York Mets in ‘69, the Orioles won the world championship in 1970 and in 1971, Baltimore won more than 100 games for the third straight year. That team, which eventually lost the World Series to the Pittsburgh Pirates — had four pitchers who won 20 or more games that year.
Today’s question: Who were the four pitchers who won 20 or more games
Yesterday’s answer: The Minnestoa Vikings and Los Angeles Rams were two of the most dominant franchises in the mid-1970s, and the St. Louis Cardinals also had the disadvantage of playing both of them on the road. Minnesota won 30-14 in 1974, and Los Angeles prevailing 35-23 the following season.