Re: #1 All-Time Greatest Pitcher
Walter Johnson basically only had one pitch to work with, and he pitched in an era when strikeouts weren't as highly regarded as they are today. Same goes for Rusie. That's impressive in any era.
This is the Cal Ripkin Jr. of typos.
If you ask me to join your fantasy baseball league and I select Legolas in the first round, don't be angry at me. It's not my fault I've read up on the players and you haven't.