Top Players in MLB History
Sandy Koufax had an amazing career despite having it cut short at the age of 30 due to arthritis in his left elbow. Koufax only pitched for 12 seasons, but he was the most dominant pitcher in MLB over those 12 years. He was selected to seven All Star teams, won three Cy Young awards, three Triple Crowns, one NL MVP in 1963 and won four World Series titles with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He retired with 165 wins, a 2.76 ERA and 2,396 strikeouts.