How can he be so low. In the time he pitched nobody was better. Let us know in the comments. - WHIP: 1.251 - Record: 103 - 59 DW, Greg Maddux is my cousin and although you may think that my opinion is biased, it honestly is not. Maybe if he had, he would have been even better.

His most impressive year came in his rookie season of 1880, when he kept a 0.86 ERA, which is still the lowest for any season in baseball history and likely will remain so. You don’t get a 2.56 career ERA and 118.9 career WAR by being average. Should be ranked higher.His stats prove that. His 511 career wins are nearly 100 more than the guy in second place, and his record number of innings pitched is more than 1,300 more than the next pitcher. Aka, Matt Harvey, Johan Santana, Tim Lincecum(Kinda)...And aren’t on this list. Throwing that hard for that long, enough said. Enough of the romanticizing of pitchers who had their careers cut short. He was the sole support for his family. And Grove made it a habit This list is a disgrace Nolan Ryan coud not even carry water for lefty Grove. He won three Cy Young Awards and posted a career WHIP that is actually better than the one posted by Cy Young himself. Koufax didn't even have 200 wins and he is the Gale Sayers of pitchers.

Hubbell spent his entire 15-year career with the then-New York Giants, helping the team win a World Series in 1933, which was also one of two seasons in which he was named National League MVP. - Record: 96 - 66 What? Take ERA+ alone and case is made. Nolan is nowhere near number one. No Question Maddux was an absolute dominate pitcher for the reasons mentioned. When baseball was first played in 1845 in Hoboken, N.J., it was incredibly popular and drew a lot of attention from around the country.

Pure baseball not like the Prima donnas that play today. Cy Young is amazing, as a matter of fact I am related to him, no joke. Strikeouts and no-hitters are great, but his job was to win and he wasn't a reliable winner. His best season was 22-16, never won a Cy Young award.

This was about 11 years after his retirement. In the history of our sport, there has NEVER been a pitcher with the stats and the numbers like those of "The Big Unit" -- Take a look at his STRIKEOUTS... in approximately only 4,000 innings pitched, he was able to STRIKEOUT nearly 5,000 batters! He’s already won three Cy Young Awards and has led the National League in ERA five times. His stats are probably the best in pitching history better than Koufax he should deserve that #2 Spot right under Cy Yung. Nolan Ryan did not even win one. And the 9th inning pitchers face the best hitters (PH) the team can put up. Some of these teams went on to win the World Series during the season, while others faced defeat in postseason play or did not even make it that far. HOWEVER, he did only pitch three years. I actually believed he did the things stated above. You could get set for the fastball, but you still couldn't hit it. - WHIP: 1.221 Seaver won a World Series with the New York Mets in 1969 and was extremely popular with fans, earning 12 All-Star Game appearances. I can only place him behind Cy Young.

- Walks per nine: 3.2 Called Seaver "The Franchise" Called Roger "The Rocket"Deserves to be in top 6 pitchers ahead of Seaver, Maddux, and Johnson. I think if he can win games at the MLB level, then he should definitely be able to win at an AA level. Greg Maddux was awarded the Golden Glove award and John Smoltz was named the National League Relief Man of the Year for his performance leading the league with 55 saves. Best era in the live ball era and with the DH which adds 1/2 a run to your era-he would be even lower that anyone. Stacker has analyzed the best pitching staffs in the Major League Baseball since 1980. Pedro Martinez is the most dominat pitcher I have ever seen. You may also like: Best pitching staffs in the MLB since 1980, - ERA: 3.15 - Closer: John Smoltz (3.25 ERA, 55 saves, 3-2). I remember it so well, even now almost 50 years later, there are times when it seems as it was yesterday, because you see, I was just a 15 year old lad who had the great fortune of sitting in the stands that night with my dad watching the game.A grand total of 27 Chicago Cubs came to the plate that night, and every single one of them was retired in order that by the greatest pitcher of all time, Sandy Koufax. - WHIP: 1.224 One of the most feared pitchers in the game today, Max Scherzer’s uncanny ability to strike batters out has put him in elite company. This list needs to be shortened and some kind of ranked voting.Pedro, Clemens, Walter Johnson are the pinnaclethen next tier in no particular orderAlexander, Young, Big Unit, Maddux, Seaver, Mathewson, Grove, Gibson, Koufax, Carlton, Feller, PaigeValenzuela, Spahn, Lincecum, Ryan don't deserve considerationRivera, a one inning reliever hardly deserves mentionI am biased toward high peak rather than sustained nearly great or very good over a long career. The first player ever to be referred to as "The Franchise", need I say anything more? They pitched in every single game, so that's how Young was able to rack up all those wins. most wins during any single postseason campaign, The 25 Newest Dog Breeds The AKC Has Recognized, The Very Worst Fast Food Items You Can Order, Groundbreaking Sports Figures That Time Has Forgotten, Glaring Flaws Of Otherwise Great TV Shows.

Plus his slider scared everyone, just ask Larry Walker. … Done! Seaver also ranks in the top 20 for career wins and the top 10 for pitching WAR, and he has the seventh most shutouts in history. The Major League Baseball association was founded in 1869 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Killer Stat: 0.95 Career ERA in World Series. He torched the pitching record books during his career and put up numbers that still hold up against today’s best arms. This was a tough choice for me. Alejandro Pena and Bob Welch both pitched over 30 games and 100 strikeouts during the 1983 season. - ERA: 3.15 Clemens didn't have 220 wins until sometime during the 1997 season.

He also has the best fastball in the history of baseball. I don't see how modern pitchers who average six or seven innings per game are going to get into the HoFame. He also ranks in the top seven all-time for career WHIP (1.054) and strikeouts per nine innings pitched (10.0398). MLB stat hounds have been furiously scanning the archives in an attempt to figure out if Bumgarner is indeed the best ever in World Series play. There’s perhaps no other position in professional sports that allows the kind of individual control over a game’s pacing, intensity and final score as that of the pitcher. 373 wins. It is amazing how many times he pitched over 400 inings. Johnson’s power was on full display during the 2001 MLB Playoffs, when he won five games en route to the Arizona Diamondbacks winning a World Series, the most wins during any single postseason campaign for a starting pitcher in history. During the years he was on the Astros with Mike Scott, Scott pitched much better than Ryan (so much for the bad team theory). But he also has 200 more wins than losses. Even if he hadn't been cheating during some of his 220 wins, there are lots of pitchers with 220 wins who aren't in the Hall of Fame! Here’s the case for Bumgarner having no equal in the past 50 years and likely being the second-greatest World Series pitcher of all time. 32nd?

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How can he be so low. In the time he pitched nobody was better. Let us know in the comments. - WHIP: 1.251 - Record: 103 - 59 DW, Greg Maddux is my cousin and although you may think that my opinion is biased, it honestly is not. Maybe if he had, he would have been even better.

His most impressive year came in his rookie season of 1880, when he kept a 0.86 ERA, which is still the lowest for any season in baseball history and likely will remain so. You don’t get a 2.56 career ERA and 118.9 career WAR by being average. Should be ranked higher.His stats prove that. His 511 career wins are nearly 100 more than the guy in second place, and his record number of innings pitched is more than 1,300 more than the next pitcher. Aka, Matt Harvey, Johan Santana, Tim Lincecum(Kinda)...And aren’t on this list. Throwing that hard for that long, enough said. Enough of the romanticizing of pitchers who had their careers cut short. He was the sole support for his family. And Grove made it a habit This list is a disgrace Nolan Ryan coud not even carry water for lefty Grove. He won three Cy Young Awards and posted a career WHIP that is actually better than the one posted by Cy Young himself. Koufax didn't even have 200 wins and he is the Gale Sayers of pitchers.

Hubbell spent his entire 15-year career with the then-New York Giants, helping the team win a World Series in 1933, which was also one of two seasons in which he was named National League MVP. - Record: 96 - 66 What? Take ERA+ alone and case is made. Nolan is nowhere near number one. No Question Maddux was an absolute dominate pitcher for the reasons mentioned. When baseball was first played in 1845 in Hoboken, N.J., it was incredibly popular and drew a lot of attention from around the country.

Pure baseball not like the Prima donnas that play today. Cy Young is amazing, as a matter of fact I am related to him, no joke. Strikeouts and no-hitters are great, but his job was to win and he wasn't a reliable winner. His best season was 22-16, never won a Cy Young award.

This was about 11 years after his retirement. In the history of our sport, there has NEVER been a pitcher with the stats and the numbers like those of "The Big Unit" -- Take a look at his STRIKEOUTS... in approximately only 4,000 innings pitched, he was able to STRIKEOUT nearly 5,000 batters! He’s already won three Cy Young Awards and has led the National League in ERA five times. His stats are probably the best in pitching history better than Koufax he should deserve that #2 Spot right under Cy Yung. Nolan Ryan did not even win one. And the 9th inning pitchers face the best hitters (PH) the team can put up. Some of these teams went on to win the World Series during the season, while others faced defeat in postseason play or did not even make it that far. HOWEVER, he did only pitch three years. I actually believed he did the things stated above. You could get set for the fastball, but you still couldn't hit it. - WHIP: 1.221 Seaver won a World Series with the New York Mets in 1969 and was extremely popular with fans, earning 12 All-Star Game appearances. I can only place him behind Cy Young.

- Walks per nine: 3.2 Called Seaver "The Franchise" Called Roger "The Rocket"Deserves to be in top 6 pitchers ahead of Seaver, Maddux, and Johnson. I think if he can win games at the MLB level, then he should definitely be able to win at an AA level. Greg Maddux was awarded the Golden Glove award and John Smoltz was named the National League Relief Man of the Year for his performance leading the league with 55 saves. Best era in the live ball era and with the DH which adds 1/2 a run to your era-he would be even lower that anyone. Stacker has analyzed the best pitching staffs in the Major League Baseball since 1980. Pedro Martinez is the most dominat pitcher I have ever seen. You may also like: Best pitching staffs in the MLB since 1980, - ERA: 3.15 - Closer: John Smoltz (3.25 ERA, 55 saves, 3-2). I remember it so well, even now almost 50 years later, there are times when it seems as it was yesterday, because you see, I was just a 15 year old lad who had the great fortune of sitting in the stands that night with my dad watching the game.A grand total of 27 Chicago Cubs came to the plate that night, and every single one of them was retired in order that by the greatest pitcher of all time, Sandy Koufax. - WHIP: 1.224 One of the most feared pitchers in the game today, Max Scherzer’s uncanny ability to strike batters out has put him in elite company. This list needs to be shortened and some kind of ranked voting.Pedro, Clemens, Walter Johnson are the pinnaclethen next tier in no particular orderAlexander, Young, Big Unit, Maddux, Seaver, Mathewson, Grove, Gibson, Koufax, Carlton, Feller, PaigeValenzuela, Spahn, Lincecum, Ryan don't deserve considerationRivera, a one inning reliever hardly deserves mentionI am biased toward high peak rather than sustained nearly great or very good over a long career. The first player ever to be referred to as "The Franchise", need I say anything more? They pitched in every single game, so that's how Young was able to rack up all those wins. most wins during any single postseason campaign, The 25 Newest Dog Breeds The AKC Has Recognized, The Very Worst Fast Food Items You Can Order, Groundbreaking Sports Figures That Time Has Forgotten, Glaring Flaws Of Otherwise Great TV Shows.

Plus his slider scared everyone, just ask Larry Walker. … Done! Seaver also ranks in the top 20 for career wins and the top 10 for pitching WAR, and he has the seventh most shutouts in history. The Major League Baseball association was founded in 1869 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Killer Stat: 0.95 Career ERA in World Series. He torched the pitching record books during his career and put up numbers that still hold up against today’s best arms. This was a tough choice for me. Alejandro Pena and Bob Welch both pitched over 30 games and 100 strikeouts during the 1983 season. - ERA: 3.15 Clemens didn't have 220 wins until sometime during the 1997 season.

He also has the best fastball in the history of baseball. I don't see how modern pitchers who average six or seven innings per game are going to get into the HoFame. He also ranks in the top seven all-time for career WHIP (1.054) and strikeouts per nine innings pitched (10.0398). MLB stat hounds have been furiously scanning the archives in an attempt to figure out if Bumgarner is indeed the best ever in World Series play. There’s perhaps no other position in professional sports that allows the kind of individual control over a game’s pacing, intensity and final score as that of the pitcher. 373 wins. It is amazing how many times he pitched over 400 inings. Johnson’s power was on full display during the 2001 MLB Playoffs, when he won five games en route to the Arizona Diamondbacks winning a World Series, the most wins during any single postseason campaign for a starting pitcher in history. During the years he was on the Astros with Mike Scott, Scott pitched much better than Ryan (so much for the bad team theory). But he also has 200 more wins than losses. Even if he hadn't been cheating during some of his 220 wins, there are lots of pitchers with 220 wins who aren't in the Hall of Fame! Here’s the case for Bumgarner having no equal in the past 50 years and likely being the second-greatest World Series pitcher of all time. 32nd?

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- Top starting pitchers: Rick Rhoden (2.72 ERA, 14-9), John Candelaria (2.72 ERA, 12-11), Larry McWilliams (2.93 ERA, 12-11) Take post-season and the case is made. If he was pitching today, he wouldn't come even close to his numbers. Typically 1 or 2 to 0. In his 13 year peak he had a 268-108 won-lost record, nine ERA titles a 164 ERA +.He led the league in strikeouts seven straight year He would have probably won eight or nine Cy Young Awards if it existed. Total joke. Hoffman’s career WHIP of 1.058 is good enough for ninth in baseball history, and he ranks seventh all-time for hits allowed per nine innings pitched. Good pitcher, but didn't have many strike outs. Probably AA. Plank’s 66 career shutouts are the most for any left-handed pitcher in MLB history, and his win total of 326 ranks 13th among all pitchers. The closest thing today is watching Max pitch. In my opinion, that's how you measure true dominance. His career ERA of 2.76 is nothing to overlook but in the playoffs, he was downright unbeatable, posting the sixth best playoff ERA ever and the best World Series ERA of anyone with at least 50 innings pitched in the Fall Classic. One of the few relief pitchers to make our list, Trevor Hoffman was a bullpen stud for 18 seasons, especially during his long stretch with the San Diego Padres. When Martínez officially became a legend was during the 1999 playoffs with the Boston Red Sox, when he put up a 0.0 ERA in 17 innings pitched. - WHIP: 1.222 All-time strikeout leader, no-hitters with 7, and allowed fewest hit per nine innings all-time. "Also, umpire Bill Evans said,"Johnson was the only pitcher who made me close my eyes instinctively as his pitch came at me…"However, he never pitched hitters inside (he didn't want to hurt them). - Walks per nine: 3.0 1 / 25. Walter Johnson was the best ever.417 winsERA of 2.17110 shutouts!417 wins is especially amazing because he played most of his career with the Senators, who were a terrible offensive team (he got very little run support).On one occasion, when the Senators were short on pitchers, Johnson pitched three straight games against the Yankees - all three shutouts.He also had a blazing fastball.Ty Cobb said of him,"You knew you were going to get that fast ball every time you faced him. But a lot of balls were called strikes when he was on the mound. I think the steady drop-off in innings pitched every year from 1991 to 1995 and then the resurgence to over 200 innings in 1996 and beyond shows that he started cheating in 1996. There are some pitchers who have pitched comparably to Koufax their first three years, and were unable to sustain it afterwards. 4 no hitters in 4 years in a row and a perfect game.Koufax retired at 30 years old.No other pitcher is close. During the 60's other pitchers stats are not close, by the way 61 world seris strikeouts and a.095 era.JP, Yes he has the most losses. He would have been a pitcher even if it had only paid minimum wage. Get Stacker's best stories delivered right to your inbox.

How can he be so low. In the time he pitched nobody was better. Let us know in the comments. - WHIP: 1.251 - Record: 103 - 59 DW, Greg Maddux is my cousin and although you may think that my opinion is biased, it honestly is not. Maybe if he had, he would have been even better.

His most impressive year came in his rookie season of 1880, when he kept a 0.86 ERA, which is still the lowest for any season in baseball history and likely will remain so. You don’t get a 2.56 career ERA and 118.9 career WAR by being average. Should be ranked higher.His stats prove that. His 511 career wins are nearly 100 more than the guy in second place, and his record number of innings pitched is more than 1,300 more than the next pitcher. Aka, Matt Harvey, Johan Santana, Tim Lincecum(Kinda)...And aren’t on this list. Throwing that hard for that long, enough said. Enough of the romanticizing of pitchers who had their careers cut short. He was the sole support for his family. And Grove made it a habit This list is a disgrace Nolan Ryan coud not even carry water for lefty Grove. He won three Cy Young Awards and posted a career WHIP that is actually better than the one posted by Cy Young himself. Koufax didn't even have 200 wins and he is the Gale Sayers of pitchers.

Hubbell spent his entire 15-year career with the then-New York Giants, helping the team win a World Series in 1933, which was also one of two seasons in which he was named National League MVP. - Record: 96 - 66 What? Take ERA+ alone and case is made. Nolan is nowhere near number one. No Question Maddux was an absolute dominate pitcher for the reasons mentioned. When baseball was first played in 1845 in Hoboken, N.J., it was incredibly popular and drew a lot of attention from around the country.

Pure baseball not like the Prima donnas that play today. Cy Young is amazing, as a matter of fact I am related to him, no joke. Strikeouts and no-hitters are great, but his job was to win and he wasn't a reliable winner. His best season was 22-16, never won a Cy Young award.

This was about 11 years after his retirement. In the history of our sport, there has NEVER been a pitcher with the stats and the numbers like those of "The Big Unit" -- Take a look at his STRIKEOUTS... in approximately only 4,000 innings pitched, he was able to STRIKEOUT nearly 5,000 batters! He’s already won three Cy Young Awards and has led the National League in ERA five times. His stats are probably the best in pitching history better than Koufax he should deserve that #2 Spot right under Cy Yung. Nolan Ryan did not even win one. And the 9th inning pitchers face the best hitters (PH) the team can put up. Some of these teams went on to win the World Series during the season, while others faced defeat in postseason play or did not even make it that far. HOWEVER, he did only pitch three years. I actually believed he did the things stated above. You could get set for the fastball, but you still couldn't hit it. - WHIP: 1.221 Seaver won a World Series with the New York Mets in 1969 and was extremely popular with fans, earning 12 All-Star Game appearances. I can only place him behind Cy Young.

- Walks per nine: 3.2 Called Seaver "The Franchise" Called Roger "The Rocket"Deserves to be in top 6 pitchers ahead of Seaver, Maddux, and Johnson. I think if he can win games at the MLB level, then he should definitely be able to win at an AA level. Greg Maddux was awarded the Golden Glove award and John Smoltz was named the National League Relief Man of the Year for his performance leading the league with 55 saves. Best era in the live ball era and with the DH which adds 1/2 a run to your era-he would be even lower that anyone. Stacker has analyzed the best pitching staffs in the Major League Baseball since 1980. Pedro Martinez is the most dominat pitcher I have ever seen. You may also like: Best pitching staffs in the MLB since 1980, - ERA: 3.15 - Closer: John Smoltz (3.25 ERA, 55 saves, 3-2). I remember it so well, even now almost 50 years later, there are times when it seems as it was yesterday, because you see, I was just a 15 year old lad who had the great fortune of sitting in the stands that night with my dad watching the game.A grand total of 27 Chicago Cubs came to the plate that night, and every single one of them was retired in order that by the greatest pitcher of all time, Sandy Koufax. - WHIP: 1.224 One of the most feared pitchers in the game today, Max Scherzer’s uncanny ability to strike batters out has put him in elite company. This list needs to be shortened and some kind of ranked voting.Pedro, Clemens, Walter Johnson are the pinnaclethen next tier in no particular orderAlexander, Young, Big Unit, Maddux, Seaver, Mathewson, Grove, Gibson, Koufax, Carlton, Feller, PaigeValenzuela, Spahn, Lincecum, Ryan don't deserve considerationRivera, a one inning reliever hardly deserves mentionI am biased toward high peak rather than sustained nearly great or very good over a long career. The first player ever to be referred to as "The Franchise", need I say anything more? They pitched in every single game, so that's how Young was able to rack up all those wins. most wins during any single postseason campaign, The 25 Newest Dog Breeds The AKC Has Recognized, The Very Worst Fast Food Items You Can Order, Groundbreaking Sports Figures That Time Has Forgotten, Glaring Flaws Of Otherwise Great TV Shows.

Plus his slider scared everyone, just ask Larry Walker. … Done! Seaver also ranks in the top 20 for career wins and the top 10 for pitching WAR, and he has the seventh most shutouts in history. The Major League Baseball association was founded in 1869 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Killer Stat: 0.95 Career ERA in World Series. He torched the pitching record books during his career and put up numbers that still hold up against today’s best arms. This was a tough choice for me. Alejandro Pena and Bob Welch both pitched over 30 games and 100 strikeouts during the 1983 season. - ERA: 3.15 Clemens didn't have 220 wins until sometime during the 1997 season.

He also has the best fastball in the history of baseball. I don't see how modern pitchers who average six or seven innings per game are going to get into the HoFame. He also ranks in the top seven all-time for career WHIP (1.054) and strikeouts per nine innings pitched (10.0398). MLB stat hounds have been furiously scanning the archives in an attempt to figure out if Bumgarner is indeed the best ever in World Series play. There’s perhaps no other position in professional sports that allows the kind of individual control over a game’s pacing, intensity and final score as that of the pitcher. 373 wins. It is amazing how many times he pitched over 400 inings. Johnson’s power was on full display during the 2001 MLB Playoffs, when he won five games en route to the Arizona Diamondbacks winning a World Series, the most wins during any single postseason campaign for a starting pitcher in history. During the years he was on the Astros with Mike Scott, Scott pitched much better than Ryan (so much for the bad team theory). But he also has 200 more wins than losses. Even if he hadn't been cheating during some of his 220 wins, there are lots of pitchers with 220 wins who aren't in the Hall of Fame! Here’s the case for Bumgarner having no equal in the past 50 years and likely being the second-greatest World Series pitcher of all time. 32nd?

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