Greatest Pitchers of All TimeGranted, the list is primarily comprised of pitchers who played after World War II even though there are many pitchers who put up staggering numbers prior to that period, but it is hardly a fair comparison to include the earliest pitchers who played in a far less competitive era when many of the best players weren?t even allowed to join the league. Don't agree with the list? Vote for an existing item you think should be ranked higher or if you are a logged in, add a new item for others to vote on or create your own version of this list.
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Razor79More comments about Nolan Ryan
CrazydudewithabeardMore comments about Sandy Koufax
Hands down, the greatest competitor in any sport... Ever. Ending the 1968 season with an ERA of 1.12? Insanity! He did not want to give up ever ONE run per game!
Greatest money pitcher of all time.
yeah they did lower the mound because of him... he was unbelievable. he could hit too. he was amazing just amazing... two times better than pedro hahaha don't give me crap about pedro.. he was good but not gibson good, by any meansMore comments about Bob Gibson
dwells1285More comments about Greg Maddux
Mathewson was way better than Nolan Ryan. He tops him in everything but strikeouts. One overlooked aspect of his game is his postseason mastery. He pitched single-handedly won a World Series by pitching 3 shutouts in 5 days! His World Series ERA was 0.97 in 101.2 innings! Sorry Ryan, sorry Koufax, you guys shouldn't be close to Big Six.
Way to underrated. He got 373 wins despite playing only 17 years. great friend. once played 13 checker players at the same time blindfolded, won 7 and DREW 6. Here is my list:
1. Christy mathewson(by far)
2. Cy Young(by even more far)
3. Walter Johnson(just barely)
4. Warren Spahn
5. Gregg Maddux
Underrated old times pitcher
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haineroidMore comments about Mariano Rivera
if you look only at MLB numbers not too impressive. but he didnt pitch that long in the MLB. His numbers in the negro leagues...unreal.
Lasorda didn't use this guy properly. He could have lasted years if he wasn't kept in the game as much as he was.
You have got be kidding me. You put walter J. In front of carlton here is my 5 list
He is the best closer ever! Number 1 will ever be better 105 mph that is insane! Aroldis chapman could absoulutely, definitely be a starter! I think he could be one of the top starters ever! A blazing fastball and an oustanding slider leaves batters scared to come to theplate and devistated when they leave! And I'm not over exadrating one bit! And what can I say I'm a reds fan
one of the youngest pitchers to throw 100 give the new yankees pitcher some props guys cmon
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