Tom Seaver or Sandy Koufax

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?

 

 

 

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