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The last MLB pitcher to pitch at least 162 innings (must pitch 162 innings to qualify to win the ERA title) and have an ERA under 2.00 was Roger Clemens who had a 1.87 ERA for the Houston Astros in 2005. Prior to that, Pedro Martinez had a 1.74 ERA for the Boston Red Sox in 2000.

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