The Greatest Left-Handed Pitchers Ever In The Big Leagues

Hal Newhouser

Newhouser had a respectable 17 seasons with the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians from 1939 through 1955. He was said to be the most dominant pitcher of the WWII era and made the All-Star team six times before winning the pitcher’s triple crown in 1945. He became a scout for the Houston Astros but resigned shortly after the team neglected his recommendation to draft Derek Jeter. It was probably the biggest mistake the Astros have ever made.