Opening Day 2.0 was actually a good day for the win. Seven starters pitched well enough to get the win. None of them pitched well enough to impress, say, Bob Gibson or Tom Seaver or Jack Morris or whatever -- no starter pitched more than seven innings. But it is early in the season. And we're in a different time.
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