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[Poll] Top 10 Greatest MLB Pitchers Of All Time

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We wanted to do something a little different here for this article. We want you to interact and vote to see who the #1 Greatest MLB Pitcher of All Time really is. We are going to give our ranking from 10 to 1 but we want you to vote as readers and let us know what you think!

What we are going to do is rank them, giving their career stats/highlights and our case for them and we would like you to comment below and vote in the poll over at fantasysportsadvice.sportsblog.com with your own list!


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We wanted to do something a little different here for this article. We want you to interact and vote to see who the #1 Greatest MLB Pitcher of All Time really is. We are going to give our ranking from 10 to 1 but we want you to vote as readers and let us know what you think!

What we are going to do is rank them, giving their career stats/highlights and our case for them and we would like you to comment below and vote in the poll over at fantasysportsadvice.sportsblog.com with your own list!


10. Tom Seaver (1967-1986)

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George Thomas “Tom” Seaver was nicknamed “Tom Terrific” and “The Franchise.” He pitched from 1967-1986 for 4 total teams in his career.

MLB Stats:

311 Wins

3,640 strikeouts

61 shut outs

2.86 Career ERA.

Teams:

New York Mets (1967-1977)

Cincinnati Reds (1977-1982)

New York Mets (1983)

Chicago White Sox (1984-1986)

Boston Red Sox (1986)

These numbers are amazing and in 1992 Hall of Fame voters thought so as well. Seaver was inducted by the second highest percentage ever at 98.84% of the vote. Seaver and Mike Piazza are the only 2 Mets in the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown so far and Seaver and Gil Hodges are the only 2 Mets players who have had their numbers retired.

Career highlights and awards:

12x All-Star (1967-1973, 1975-1978, 1981)

1969 World Series Champion

3x NL Cy Young Award (1969, 1973, 1975)

NL Rookie of the Year (1967)

3x NL Wins Leader (1969, 1975, 1981)

3x NL ERA Leader (1970, 1971, 1973)

5x NL strikeout leader (1970, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1976)

No-Hitter (06/16/1978)

New York Mets Hall Of Fame

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame

As you can see, Seaver had an established career and this is why he has made our list at Number 10.

 


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