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Wow, he was 70? I had a 1981 Topps card of Fryman, and he looked pretty ancient then. For some reason I'd misremembered him as playing on the Senators in the 50s, but now that I look it up I guess that was Jim Kaat.

Fryman has an interesting record. He was a starter in the 60s and 70s, when people would almost routinely win 20+ games and pitch nearly 300 innings. And he played 18 years, but never had a season with 15 wins. And he kind of became a closer in his 40s, after having been a starter forever.

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