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Thu, 2010-06-17

The Rockies' Ubaldo Jimenez continues to dominate. After today's 5 - 1 win over the Twins, he leads the majors with 13 wins (against only one loss) and a 1.15 ERA, drawing comparisons to Hall of Famer Bob Gibson's record-setting 1968 season. Since Lefty Gomez in 1932, only Roger Clemens had started 13-1.


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