WGOM HOF nominees
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NameBallotYearsGInnERA+WARNotes
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Cy Young19111890-19119067356138170.3Career leader in wins, losses, games started, complete games, innings, etc. Behind only Babe Ruth in WAR
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Walter Johnson19291907 - 19278025914.3147152.3Career leader in shutouts. One of the "first five".
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Pete Alexander19331911 - 19306965190135117Was named for a sitting president, and would have a future president portray him on film.
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Kid Nichols19061890-19066215067.33140116.6
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Lefty Grove19421925 - 19416163940.66148109.9Won the ERA title nine times. Managed to win 300 games even though he didnt debut until he was 25.
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Christy Mathewson19161900 - 19166364788.213595.3One of the innaugural "first five". Threw three shutouts in 1905 World Series.
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Tim Keefe18931880-18936005049.6712688.9Also 2262 PA in 618 games, but terrible (-2.2 rWAR, 58 OPS+. Bonus points as co-organizer of the Players League; sporting goods business partner with WH Becannon, manufacturing the official baseball of the PL.
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Eddie Plank19191901 - 19176234495.612286.5First left hander to win 200 games....also the first left hander to win 300 games.
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John Clarkson18961882-18945314536.3313385.7Early pioneer of pitching around stronger hitters.
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Jim McCormick18901878-18874924275.6711875.5
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Old Hoss Radbourn18931881-18915274527.3311973.5Leading voice on Twitter; managed to accumulate an rWAR as a batter of 2.5 despite an OPS+ of only 73 over 2654 PA
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Carl Hubbell19471928-19435353590.3313067.8In the second all star game, he struck out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons and Cronin...consecutively.
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Ted Lyons19471923-1946594416111867.2Poor guy was on the White Sox for TWENTYONE YEARS. Never pitched in the playoffs.
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Stan Coveleski19291912 - 1928450308212765.2Boasted "one of the finest spitballs in baseball history."
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Bob Feller19561936-1956570382712265.2
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Ed Walsh19191904 19174302964.3314563.2All-time leader in both career ERA and career FIP.
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Dazzy Vance19351915-19354422966.6612562.5Didn't play full time until age 31.
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Rube Waddell19111897-19104072961.3313561
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Joe McGinnity19091899-19084653441.3312060.4
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Hal Newhouser19561939-1955488299313060.4
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Wes Ferrell19421927 - 1941374262311660Includes 12.8 WAR as a batter (he sported a .280/.351/.446 career slash line and was often used as a pinch hitter on days where he did not pitch)
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Red Ruffing19471924-1947624434410955.4
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Mordecai Brown19161903 - 19164813172.113955.1Lost parts of two fingers on his pitching hand in a childhood farming accident.
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Al Spalding18901871-18773472886.3313252.2Ruled early baseball
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Bobo Newsom19561929-19536003579.3310751.7
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Dutch Leonard19561933-19536403218.3311951.3Not the same Dutch Leonard who had a 0.96 ERA one season
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Addie Joss19111902-1910286232714245.9Career leader in WHIP with .968. Second all-time in E.R.A. with 1.89
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Chief Bender19261903-1925459301711244
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Lefty Gomez19471930-1943368250312543.1Excellent with the quips.
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Dizzy Dean19471930-19473171967.3313142.7
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Harry Breechen19561940-19533181907.6613341.3
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