The all-time greatest MLB pitchers to ever grace the mound

[post_page_title]Bob Feller[/post_page_title]
Feller had a career total of 2,581 strikeouts, but that number might have been even greater had he not fought in the Second World War from 1941 to 1945. He was so talented he skipped playing in the minor leagues and went straight to MLB at the age of 17, lining up for the first time in the Cleveland Indians jersey in 1936. Feller won the World Series in 1948, the Triple Crown in 1940, and was selected for the All-Star game a total of eight times.

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