Two dynamite pitchers
Tom Seaver won 25 games to lead the New York Mets to the National League pennant in 1969. He also won the Cy Young Award as a Met in 1969, 1973 and 1975. Five times Seaver led the league in whiffs, and he fanned 200 or more batters nine years in a row to set a major league record. Tom Terrific retired with a .603 career winning percentage and was a 300 game winner. He ranks third on the all-time career ERA list. Sandy Koufax led the National League with the best ERA five years in a row and had a 111-34 overall pitching record. In 1961 he led the league in K’s with an eye-popping 269. In 1963 he had a 25-5 record and an ERA of 1.88. He also fanned 306 hitters and had eleven shutouts. Koufax was the Cy Young Award winner and league MVP in 1964 with a 19-5 record and an ERA of 1.74. He also won the Cy Young Award in 1965 and 1966, winning 26 and 27 games. Koufax had four career no-hitters and one perfect game.
Mikey picks Koufax. Who do you pick?