Pedro Martinez and Derek Lowe

By jason keen
Updated: September 19, 2010
Pedro Martinez and Derek Lowe

Padro Martinez and Derek Lowe are the only duo to start at least 30 games in a season and finish with 20 or more wins and a WHIP (walks plus hits per inning) less than 1.00. Accomplishing this feat in 2002 Derek Lowe finished the season 21-8 with a 2.58 earned run average and a .974 WHIP. Pedro Martinez would finish the season 20-4 with a .226 earned run average and a .923 WHIP.

It is worth noting that two Phillies pitchers this year have a shot at tying the record as Roy Hallday and Roy Oswalt have three or four games remaining and both have a 1.05 WHIP.

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