Steve Carlton

The 1980 season was a banner year for Steve Carlton. Lefty, as…

Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens’ last major-league start, on October 7, 2007…

Dennis Eckersley

Cleveland pitcher Dennis Eckersley was pitching pretty well.…

Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan was the ace of a Baltimore Orioles staff for over…

Whitey Ford

No compilation of baseball’s all-time top left-handed pitchers…

Dwight Gooden

There is no doubt that Dwight “Doc” Gooden should be considered…

Ron Guidry

"I’ve always said Ron Guidry, pound for pound., was the fiercest…

Roy Halladay

“Toronto will forever hold a special place in my heart. The…

Sandy Koufax

“Mystique” is a word often linked with Sandy Koufax. He was…

Jim Lonborg

He made his big-league debut on a day when Rev. Martin Luther…

Denny McLain

On September 19, 1968, at Tiger Stadium, Detroit right-hander…

Don Newcombe

“What I have done after my baseball career and being able to…

Jim Palmer

In an era filled with pitching stars, many of them working for…
Jake Peavy (ANDY HAYT/SAN DIEGO PADRES)

Jake Peavy

The 2001 Baseball America Prospect Handbook listed Jacob Peavy…

Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry, one of the premier pitchers of his generation,…

Jim Perry

New York fans had to be pleased at the scene that was unfolding…

John Smoltz

The Atlanta Braves’ three aces may be the greatest pitching…

Warren Spahn

The fifth-winningest pitcher of all time, Warren Spahn went 363-245…

Steve Stone

Rene Descartes: "I think; therefore, I am." Steve Stone stepped…

Bruce Sutter

Imagine you’re standing at the plate. You see the pitch coming…

Bob Turley

Bob Turley was a rich businessman who once won a Cy Young Award…

Frank Viola

As a young pitcher, Frank Viola frequently beat himself. But…

Pete Vuckovich

Pete Vuckovich was a menacing figure. He was big: 6-feet-4 and…

Bob Welch

Bob Welch may be most famous for his epic strikeout of Reggie…