Wolf joins the Valley’s 100-win pack

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Former El Camino Real High and Pepperdine standout Randy Wolf earned the victory in the Dodgers’ 7-4 win tonight against San Diego, giving him 100 career major-league wins.

Here’s a list of former San Fernando Valley high school stars with at least 100 victories in their major league career (*-left handed):

209: Don Drysdale (Van Nuys High), 14 seasons with Brooklyn and L.A. Dodgers (1956-’69)

169: Kevin Appier (Antelope Valley High), 16 seasons with Kansas City (1989-’99), Oakland (’99-2000), N.Y. Mets (’01), Angels (’02-’03) and Kansas City (’03-’04)

167: Bret Saberhagen (Cleveland High), 16 seasons with Kansas City (1984-’91), N.Y. Mets (’92-95), Colorado (’95) and Boston (’97-2001).

139: Larry Dierker (Taft High), 14 seasons with Houston (1964-’76) and St. Louis (’77).

134: Jeff Suppan (Crespi High), 15 seasons with Boston (1995-’98), Arizona (’98), Kansas City (’98-2002), Pittsburgh (’03), Boston (’03), St. Louis (’04-’06) and Milwaukee (’06-’09)

127: Jack McDowell (Notre Dame High), 12 seasons with (1987-’94), N.Y. Yankees (’95), Cleveland (’96-’97) and Angels (’98-
’99).

115: Jon Garland (Kennedy High), 10 seasons with Chicago White Sox (2000-’07), Angels (’08), Arizona (’09) and Dodgers (’09)

113: Russ Ortiz (Montclair Prep), 12 seasons with San Francisco (1998-2002), Atlanta (’03-’04), Arizona (’05-’06), Baltimore (’06), San Francisco (’07) and Houston (’09).

105: Bob Walk (Hart High), 14 seasons with Philadelphia (1980), Atlanta (’81-’83) and Pittsburgh (’84-’93)

100: Randy Wolf* (El Camino Real High), 11 seasons with Philadelphia (1999-’06); Dodgers (’07); San Diego (’08); Houston (’08) and Dodgers (’09).

UP NEXT:

99: Jeff Weaver (Simi Valley High), 10 seasons with Detroit (1999-2002); N.Y. Yankees (’02-’03); Dodgers (’04-’05); Angels (’06); St. Louis (’06); Seattle (’07) and Dodgers (’09).

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