Today, with the season on the line, Tom Glavine was utterly dreadful. He had a game score of 11. It was not, however, the worst start of his life. Going by game score, it was tied for 7th worst. (The start ain't up there yet, but tommorrow Sean Forman will include today's result and you can see for yourself, if you have a PI subscription).
He only got one out, making it the second shortest start of his life. This was the only time he recorded no outs. In every other start he had at least 2 outs before getting yanked.
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