Spencer Strider sets new MLB standard

Spencer Strider sets new MLB standard

Open the important association baseball record book and roll out some improvements. Spencer Strider has shown.

The previous Clemson pitcher and Atlanta oversight starter had his 200th strikeout in just 130 innings, another MLB record.

Strider passed the Corridor of Famer Randy Johnson, who set the standard with Arizona in 2001

Diamondbacks pitched when they did so in 130.2 innings.

Denver fans were already scratching their heads in hackets as her mistake cost a week.

Strider achieved the feat early Sunday against the Philadelphia Phillies. strider, joe

The 22-year-old right-handed batsman almost didn't go to school.