Turning to hitters: SAM BOWENS was also a 1964 rookie flash with his 22 homers and .263/.323/.453/.776, 114 OPS+. I rooted loyally for him during his remaining seasons, during which he batted above .200 only once: .210 on the '66 team.
Y'all forgotten Jim Hardin! 18-13, 2.51 ERA at age 24 for the '68 O's, his second ML season. Never won more than 6 after that.
And 1964 RoY Wally Bunker: 19-5, 2.69 ERA.
Both were plagued by sore arms.
I watched the 83 one. Jomboy is pretty cool, not so sure about his cohort. But they both kinda played themselves when they didn't bother to acknowledge that Dempsey stuck around for such a long time because he was a good defender. They were both kinda clueless, which is understandable since you're probably not too aware of Dempsey if you're not an Orioles fan. But I kinda rolled my eyes when they deduced that he stuck around as a part time player because he was a good clubhouse guy. That's partially true but no one sticks around that long in baseball if they're not bringing something to the field.