well im not sure if i got all of them but there is pat neshek Brett prinze Eddie orespa kelly wunsch
The diameter of an MLB pitcher's mound is 18 feet.
Can you name all 5 pitchers? I can think of Bob Gibson, Warren S. Don Drysdale???
As of May 13, 2008 there are 9 pitchers in MLB history with 350+ wins: 1. Cy Young - 511 2. Walter Johnson - 417 3. Grover Cleveland Alexander and Christy Mathewson - 373 5. Pud Galvin - 364 6. Warren Spahn - 363 7. Kid Nichols - 361 8. Roger Clemens - 354 9. Greg Maddux - 350
For pitchers, that is Phil Niekro and Joe Niekro with 539 wins. Phil had 318 wins and Joe had 221.
Through games played on June 8, 2009: 1) C.C. Sabathia (age 28) - 122 wins 2) Jon Garland (age 29) - 110 wins 3) Carlos Zambrano (age 28) - 100 wins
Through games played on 9/13/10, the two MLB pitchers with the most wins in their 40s are Phil Niekro with 121 and Jamie Moyer with 103.
Brandon Webb of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Cliff Lee of the Cleveland Indians led MLB in wins in 2008 with 22.
There are 36 active pitchers with at least 100 career wins, more if you count guys like Tom Glavine, Mark Mulder and Esteban Loaiza who either are injured or haven't formally retired. You can find the official list by visiting here: http://www.baseball-reference.com/pi/shareit/gHpt8
There are 30 teams in MLB and each team carries 11 or 12 pitchers. That would make between 330-360 pitchers on active rosters in MLB.
30+ wins in a season has been done 147 times in MLB history by 70 different pitchers, the last time in 1968 by Denny McLain of the Detroit Tigers who won 31 games.
Currently in the 2015 MLB season there are two recognized knuckle ball pitchers. One is R.A. Dickey with the Toronto Blue Jays and the second one is Steven Wright with the Boston Red Sox.
Pitchers are chosen by the manager of the team