Warren Spahn was one of the most dominant pitchers that Major League Baseball has ever seen. Spahn pitched the majority of his big league career for the Braves franchise while they were located in Boston and Milwaukee. This legendary starting pitcher’s career spanned from 1942-1965, winning 363 games, striking out 2,583 batters, and posting a career ERA of 3.09 along the way, even with his career being interrupted for three years for military service during World War II. In 1973 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, being voted in with more than 83% of the vote.
Throughout Spahn’s career, he was incredibly decorated player, being named an All-Star seventeen times. He also led the National League in wins eight times and in ERA three times during his impressive major league career. 1957 was a particularly special year for him because he won the NL Cy Young Award, winning 21 games and posting an ERA of 2.69 that season. The Milwaukee Braves capped that season off by defeating the New York Yankees in seven games in the World Series, the only World Series Championship that he won during his career.
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