It just goes to show you that you never know.
In my second year in the majors, I lost 21 games (with Baltimore),
and for my career, I lost 10 more games than I won (81 Wins
& 91 Losses). I did play on five World Series teams
('55, '56, '57,'58, and ''62) though, and in the fifth game
of the '56 World Series, I accomplished something that will
stand as a landmark in the history of baseball. In
the subway series, I pitched a 2-0 shutout. Besides
giving up no runs, did I mention that I also gave up no
hits, no walks, and no errors? I pitched a perfect game
in the World Series. Wow!