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Former Fish JJ to retire


Bret Hart
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Pitcher Josh Johnson is retiring from baseball at age 32. Great talent who could never overcome all the injuries.

 

— Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) 2017년 1월 20일

 

 

Josh Johnson went a career 58-45 with a 3.40 ERA. For a brief stretch with the #Marlins, he was as dominant as any pitcher in ball.

 

— Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) 2017년 1월 20일

 

 

 

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Wish his bright future. He was a decent pitcher, but cannot overcome the injury-prone.

 

 

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sigh, I remember his last good stretch here before he was injured.  Those first couple of months that season it was like you just knew he was going to have a no-hitter as it seemed like he was giving up only 1-2 hits in each of his starts and was just eating batters alive.  What could have been with both him and Jose in our starting rotation performing up to their expectations.  That would have been a legit 1-2 punch to rival any in baseball.  Best of luck to you JJ in whatever endeavors you undertake going forward!

 

 

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