Bob Feller led the charts of the Best Pitchers of all time

Bob Feller led the charts of the Best Pitchers of all time

There are some incredible pitchers in baseball over the years. Though it’s hard to compare those pitchers over the different eras and games, we have managed some best pitchers of all time for you. Here, we have Bob Feller who has led the charts. Do you have any other guess? Let’s start.

Bob Feller

Bob Feller, a baseball prodigy who began pitching for “Cleveland Indians” in “Major League Baseball”. He began to pitch at the age of 17. Bob Feller also knew as Robert William Andrew Feller, born on 1918 November 03, Lowa, United States. He threw no-hitters in 1940, 1946, and 1951. Also, he has a record of 12 one-hitters. Similarly, his tally of one-hitters and no-hitters was the record of his time. The great player died on 15 December 2010.

Grover Cleveland Alexander


Grover Cleveland Alexander, born on 1887 February 26. He often regarded as the greatest master of control. Likewise, Grover has the rare achievement of accomplishing triple “Pitching Triple Crown”. He died on 04 November 1950.

Bob Feller led the charts of the Best Pitchers of all time
Grover Cleveland Alexander

Lefty Grove

Lefty Grover
Lefty Grove


He is known as Robert Moses Grove, and also known as Robert Moses Lefty Grove. Lefty Grove, born on 06 March 1900 in Maryland, United States. He had won the “Triple Crown” of pitching twice. Lefty Grove has the winning percentage of 0.68, the highest among those who have more than 300 victories. He died on 22 May 1975.

Tom Seaver


Tom Seaver, born on 17 November 1944 in California, United States. Also, he knew as Tom Terrific, George Thomas Seaver. And also The Franchise. Likewise, he was named as the “National League’s (NL)’ “Rookie of the Year” in 1967. Later, he had won three “Cy Young Awards”. Similarly, his career records are 311 wins, 3640 strikeouts, 2.86 ERA, 61 shutouts.

Tom Seaver
Tom Seaver

Christy Mathewson


Christy Mathewson, born on 12 August 1880 in Factoryville. He has the tally of 373 wins, which is a shared record for most victories in the National League. Also, his 79 career shutouts and career earned-run-average of 2.13 are among the best all-time for pitchers. Similarly, he was one of the first five members of the “National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum”. The Pitchers died on 07 October 1925.

Christy Mathewson
Christy Mathewson

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