Power Pairs

November 12, 2001

Randy Johnson (left) and Curt Schilling (below) silenced the
Yankees bats as no duo had shut down a World Series foe since the
Cardinals' Dean brothers stifled the Tigers in 1934. Here are the
only teammates on a winning club to make two or more starts,
pitch 17 or more innings and have ERAs below 1.75 in a Fall
Classic. --David Sabino

YEAR TEAM PITCHER STARTS INNINGS* W-L ERA

2001 Diamondbacks Randy Johnson 2 17 1/3* 3-0 1.04
Curt Schilling 3 21 1/3 1-0 1.69
1934 Cardinals Dizzy Dean 3 26 2-1 1.73
Paul Dean 2 18 2-0 1.00
1930 Athletics George Earnshaw 3 25 2-0 0.72
Lefty Grove 2 19* 2-1 1.42
1918 Red Sox Carl Mays 2 18 2-0 1.00
Babe Ruth 2 17 2-0 1.06
1911 Athletics Chief Bender 3 26 2-1 1.04
Jack Coombs 2 20 1-0 1.35
1905 Giants Christy Mathewson 3 27 3-0 0.00
Joe McGinnity 2 17 1-1 0.00

*Includes relief appearances

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)