Quick Notes: Former Washington Nationals pitcher Erick Fedde wins KBO MVP
The former Washington Nationals starting pitcher Erick Fedde wins the Korean Baseball Organizations MVP
Former Washington Nationals RHP starting pitcher Erick Fedde became the first foreign pitcher in the Korean Baseball Organization’s history to win the pitching Triple Crown -- and just the fourth pitcher overall.
Feede led the KBO league with 20 wins, 209 strikeouts, and a 2.00 ERA. Fedde is also the first non-Korean pitcher to record at least 20 wins and 200 strikeouts in one season.
Over the six years with the Washington Nationals, Erick Fedde had a win-loss percentage of .389 with a career 21-33 win-loss record and an ERA of 5.41. He appeared in 102 games, started in 88 games, and pitched a total of 454.1 innings.
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