The Man Whose Record Jamie Moyer Broke


On Tuesday, Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher to win a game in the major leagues, holding the San Diego Padres to six hits and two unearned runs in seven innings in Colorado. He was then 49 years, 4 months, and 30 days old.

You may have heard something about it.

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