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Mlb The Show 22: The Ten Highest Ranked Players In The Game

He went 17-five as a 20-year-old rookie with Cleveland and retired soon after the 2019 season with the third-most strikeouts by a left-hander in MLB history and tied with Bob Gibson for the second-most wins by a Black pitcher. The six-time All-Star led the majors in wins twice and won the 2007 AL Cy Young award. He won a batting title in 1981, just missed a second in 1989 and completed with a career batting typical of .290. The three-time All-Star from Oakland Higher won a Planet Series with the Yankees as a rookie and was the AL MVP with...