Spencer Strider Creates New MLB Standard.
Open the Major League Baseball record books and make some adjustments.
Spencer Strider has proven to be the former Clemson pitcher and Atlanta Overcomers starter
who kept his 200th strikeout in just 130 innings pitched, another MLB record.
Strider passed Corridor of Famer Randy Johnson, who set the standard in 2001 with the Arizona Diamondbacks when he did it in 130.2 innings pitched.
Strider made the accomplishment during his Sunday start against the Philadelphia Phillies.
In his first season as the new kid on the block, Strider, who pitched at clemson from 2018 to 2020, had a tremendous year.
Trey Lance is currently out for the year.