The 'oldie-but-goodie' pitchers
It would be foolish for me to recommend Moyer today, of course; he's not likely to pitch this season. But in accordance with last week's "oldies but goodies" blog on hitters 35 years or older to keep an eye on, I figured I would do the same with pitchers. Moyer turned 35 way back in 1998, but the hurlers below crossed that threshold a bit more recently. Before you go ignoring them on draft day, or in a few cases select them later than their production dictates, because of their age, look a bit closer at their production. You might be surprised.
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