Pitchers are some of the most important players in professional baseball. In fact, a good pitcher could mean the difference between winning the World Series, and not even getting there! Join us as we look at 28 greatest starting pitchers ever to grace the game.
Nicknamed ‘Doc’, Halladay turned pro straight when he was drafted by Toronto Blue Jays. After 12 years of service, he was drafted by Philadelphia Phillies. He won 8 All-Star awards in his career.
Our first Hall of Famer on this list is Jim Bunning, a man who played for 4 different teams. This included a nine-year stint at Detroit Tigers. He won 9 All-Star awards and 3 Strikeout Leader awards.