With a nod to current events, five of the pitchers discussed in this post Jenkins, Reuschel, Hutchinson, Brown, and Maddux had careers that coincided with at least one incident of serious labor unrest. Almost all of these guys also appeared in the all-time top 25, so clicking on their names will link to those pages, except for Alexander. A model of consistency, his worst single-season FIP was only one run worse than his best, with the exception of his rocky season when he was making a juddering transition from rotation mainstay to swing man. Root threw 3, innings for the Cubs, topping the charts. Brown pitched for 14 seasons; he was a top ERA finisher in nine of them. Brown jumped to the Federal League in and returned to Chicago in a Whales uniform ingoing with a 2. After the Federal League collapsed, he went on to pitch 48 innings for the Cubs in before turning in his badge and gun. It was a different game back then. FromHutchison threw 1, innings.
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