That was a great show, I tell you what. Before we get to the man inspiring that title, a couple other players with some cards in the lot pull today.
Ken had a 14 year career, but the highlight year stands out, which was 1994. That year will ring bells with Montreal fans who felt a World Series was stolen due to the strike and their great start that year.
Also stolen, well kind of to Ken was the award for king of the hill. I mean, Greg Maddux that year was lights out and won 100% of the Cy Young first place votes, though Ken ended up second. Any other year, he likely had a much more reasonable chance at the award, but not in 1994. That was as close as he got to being king of the hill, and his time in Montreal, was the best he pitched in his career.