The Greatest Left-Handed Pitchers Ever In The Big Leagues

Tom Glavine

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Glavine won the second highest number of games in the National League during the 1990s, finishing behind teammate Greg Maddux. The Braves’ starting rotation was practically unstoppable during those years. He is one of 24 other players to collect 300 total career wins. In addition, Glavine pitched five 20-game seasons and earned the Cy Young Award twice. The Baseball Writers Association nominated him for the Hall of Fame during his first year of eligibility with a 91.9% vote.