According to Ken Rosenthal, Mike Mussina will retire after his first 20-win season of his career. Mussina, who is 270-153 with a 3.68 ERA in his career, was a first round pick by the Orioles in 1990. Mussina has pitched in the offense dominated AL East his whole career, and dominated it on all accounts. He is a three time All-Star and is 7-8 with a 3.42 ERA 23 playoff games. He was consistent throughout his whole career, winning at least eleven games every time after his rookie season.
If I had a vote, I'd say he is a Hall of Famer. He might be up against some tough competition if Greg Maddux retires, but he deserves it.
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