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

[post_page_title]Mordecai “Three Fingers” Brown[/post_page_title]
Mordecai Brown made his debut in 1903 for the St. Louis Cardinals, playing until 1916 when he retired with the Chicago Cubs. When he was young Brown lost two fingers in a farming accident, but that didn’t stop him from doing the thing he loved, playing baseball. Earning the nickname “Three Fingers,” Brown developed a pitching technique which resulted in a fearsome curveball that proved incredibly difficult to judge. Brown won the World Series twice, winning in 1907 and 1908, before being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1949.

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