Tom Seaver pitched for the Mets, Reds, White Sox, and Red Sox (MLB). He won 1969 World Series with the Mets. Seaver won 1967 NL Rookie of the Year and 3 NL Young Awards. Tom Seaver, 12-time All-Star. 311 wins, 3,640 strikeouts, 61 shutouts, 2.86 ERA in 20 years. 1992 was Tom's year.
Sandy Koufax is a legendary left-handed pitcher. He played 12 seasons with Brooklyn Dodgers. In 1972, he became baseball's youngest and youngest Hall of Famer. Sandy's best years were 1961 to 1966, but arthritis in his left elbow ended his career at age 30. Six-time All-Star, 1963 NL MVP. He's the seventh pitcher in baseball history to throw 4 no-hitters.
Retired baseball player "Rocket" Clemens. He played for the Red Sox and Yankees for 24 seasons. 354 wins, 3.12 ERA, 4,672 strikeouts rank third all-time. Two-time World Series champion, 11-time All-Star, and seven-time Cy Young winner. 1986: Cy Young, AL MVP, All-Star Game MVP. His Yankees won two World Series.
Gibbie and Hoot is a professional baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. 251 wins, 3,117 strikeouts, 2.91 ERA. He's a 9-time All-Star, two-time world series winner, and 1968 NL MVP. He was inducted in 2014. He won 3 World Series games in 1967. In 1975, he retired and became Joe Torre's pitching coach. He made MLB's All-Century Team in 1999.
Denton True Cy Young pitched for Cleveland Spiders, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Naps, and Boston Rustlers. In 1890, he was inducted to the National League's Cleveland Spiders, where he pitched until 1898. In 1901, he joined the Boston Red Sox and helped them win the 1903 World Series. He had 511 career wins, highest in MLB. Young entered the National Hall of Fame in 1937.
Maddux coaches college baseball. He pitched for Atlanta and Chicago. 1995 Atlanta Braves World Series champion. He won 4 Cy Young Awards from 1992 to 1995. In four years, Greg was 75-29 with a 1.98 ERA. Most gold gloves (18). Greg has 355 wins, 8th all-time. He was inducted in 2014.
Pedro Martinez pitched for the Boston Red Sox from 1992-2009. His 219 career wins were the most ever by a right-handed pitcher. In 1920, he pitched 2,93 innings with a 2.93 ERA. Triple-Cy Young winner, 8-time All-Star. He earned the Triple Crown in 1999 with a 23-4 record, 2.07 ERA, and 313 strikeouts.
Randall David Johnson pitched for six teams, including the Mariners and Diamondbacks. Johnson played 22 seasons. 5th in MLB history with 303 victories. He owns five of the seven highest left-handed strikeout totals. 5x Cy Young winner, 8x All-Star. Randy struck out 20 batters and won the Triple Crown in 2001. 2015 inductee Randy Johnson
Christy Mathewson, nicknamed Big Six, pitched for 17 seasons for the New York Giants. He was one of the Hall's first five members, in 1936. Christy's 373 wins are a national record. Three shutouts helped the Giants win the 1905 World Series. 373 wins, 188 losses = 0.665 win %. His 2.13 career ERA and 79 shutouts are impressive.
Barney is a right-handed MLB pitcher. 21 years with the Senators. He ranks 4th in full games played and has 110 shutouts (531). From 1927 through 1983, he owned the strikeout record with 3,508. Johnson was inducted in 1936. Only he and Cy Young have won over 400 games.