Jackie Collum -Starter/long reliever in the early 1950s.
Rick Sutcliffe (56) - Went 16-1, 2.47 in 1984...The first of four consecutive Rookies of the Year for the Dodgers...Faced Barry Bonds 51 times without giving up a homer, the most of any pitcher...Credited with a steal of home (a botched pickoff play was involved).
Charlie Moore (59) -Longtime Milwaukee catcher and occasional outfielder...Wonder how many catchers have more career triples than homers; Charlie does.
Eddie Lopat -Junkballing lefty...One of this listed nicknames is "Eddie The Adequate" which seems a little lukewarm...Once pitched for a team called the Longview Cannibals- I don't want to know how they got that name...Pitched in five consecutive World Series.
Russ Van Atta -Had one of the great debuts in major league history in 1933- pitched a complete game shutout and went 4 for 4 at the plate. It was all downhill from there, though...
Matt Kilroy -If you count pre-1900 seasons, which most don't, the record holder for most strikouts in a season is Matt Kilroy, with 513. He pitched 66 complete games that year.