But only if you're comparing her to, like, the redwoods.
|1.||The April '00 Lee Jr.||3|
|2.||The 2000 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||4|
|3.||The September '99 Lee Jr.||2|
|4.||The June '99 Lee Jr.||1|
|5.||The March '99 Lee Jr.||1|
|6.||The 1999 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||3|
|7.||The October '98 Lee Jr.||1|
|8.||The September '98 Lee Jr.||4|
|9.||The August '98 Lee Jr.||1|
|10.||The July '98 Lee Jr.||1|
|11.||The June '98 Lee Jr.||2|
|12.||The 1998 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||6|
He pitched 158 complete games, and had 203 wins in his 18-year career. He was voted Most Valuable Player of the 1957 World Series with three complete game victories, two of them shutouts. He had outstanding control, averaging just 1.84 walks per nine innings pitched, and he pitched over 3,000 of them. Anyway, he's dead.
(d) February 6th, 2007