Perhaps. There have to be others that still fit that description, though. Glavine is still the interesting one to me. Maddux could have posted a FIP of 3.20 and ERA of 1.00 and I wouldn't have batted an eye. Glavine's got a good HR rate but below average strikeout and walk numbers. Another area that Glavine is well above average in, and I'm sure this will excite you to no end, is Left On Base percentage. LOB% and BABIP explain most of the difference between FIP and ERA (insert groans and eye rolls). Normally, this is where I would explain that LOB% also fluctuates over time and usually regresses to league average and how there is still luck involved, etc. BUT Glavine's LOB% numbers are above average pretty much every year, and he pitched a lot of years. Some years they are significantly above average. If Glavine pitched 1200 or 1500 innings, I would definitely chalk his FIP-ERA discrepancy up to mostly luck/random variation and not think twice about it. Since he pitched over 4,000 innings and has a relatively wide difference, I won't go there.