Originally Posted by BobbyOne
kiki, I don't believe that Buchholz was as good as Gimeno.
Andres had more skills and I rank him No.3 for several years, Buchholz "only" No.4 once and No.5 in some other years.
Butcholz was the Solomon or Ferrer or Arias of the 60īs.But I think he was even worse.A middle class journeyman with no chance to gain upper middle class status
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