With the Phillies bullpen struggling, is Craig Kimbrel's case really closed?

You have to go back to September 2, 2017, a 10-9 loss at Marlins Park, for the last time, Nola allowed more than four runs in a game. That was 39 starts ago. To put Nola's career in context, consider this: in the last 50 years, the only starting pitchers with the longest runs that did not allow more than four runs at the start were Kyle Hendricks (48 starts), Jim Deshaies (41), Tommy Greene (40), and Corey Kluber, Jake Arrieta, Jake Peavy, Bob Forsch and Denny Lemaster (39 each).

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