General Baseball

“Cool, just doing my job”

That’s what Jamie Moyer had to say after allowing just two hits tonight against the Atlanta Braves while the Phillies went on to win to score seven runs in their victory, and becoming the oldest pitcher to ever throw a shutout.

Moyer went 7-4 for the Cubs in 1986, his first season as a big-league pitcher for the Cubs and notching his first two starts against against the Phillies, the second of which was recorded on the day before Phil Hughes was born.

Yeah, pretty cool.

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