Posted on: April 27, 2020 at 11:41:50 CT

According to the Mizzou website, Chelsea went 12-1 in 2010, with 123 strikeouts, prior to stopping play and ultimately getting the medical redshirt.

Since itâ€™s based on percentage of games played relative to the entire season, pitchers can go a lot deeper into the regular season than position players can, so she got some decent stats in.

FWIW, if you didnt count those 12 wins and 123 strikeouts, Chelsea would still easily be #1 all time in strikeouts, as she leads Teresa Wilson (1980-83) by 281 strikeouts.

But Wilson would be #1 in wins. Chelsea leads her 111-102. Without 2010 Wilson would be #1, 102-99.

Edited by bluetiger_ at 11:42:30 on 04/27/20

Since itâ€™s based on percentage of games played relative to the entire season, pitchers can go a lot deeper into the regular season than position players can, so she got some decent stats in.

FWIW, if you didnt count those 12 wins and 123 strikeouts, Chelsea would still easily be #1 all time in strikeouts, as she leads Teresa Wilson (1980-83) by 281 strikeouts.

But Wilson would be #1 in wins. Chelsea leads her 111-102. Without 2010 Wilson would be #1, 102-99.

Edited by bluetiger_ at 11:42:30 on 04/27/20

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Ok that made me want to look it up... - bluetiger_ MU - 4/27 11:41:50