Beyond The Statistics

If he doesn't come back in September, Tommy Hunter's major league pitching line for 2008 will look unimpressive to say the least. A 16.36 ERA and .397 opponent's average will accompany a most ignominious honor—having allowed the second most runs (nine) in one inning of any pitcher in the Rangers' sordid pitching history.

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