Baseball’s 300-Game Winners and Active Pitchers with the Most Wins

Cy Young, Baseball's Winningest Pitcher

Cy Young, Baseball's Winningest Pitcher (netbrawl.com)

Only 24 pitchers in baseball history have reached the 300-win mark, a mark often cited as an automatic Hall of Fame bid. Tom Glavine was the last pitcher to achieve the milestone – the longtime Atlanta Brave did it with the New York Mets.

1. Cy Young – 511
2. Walter Johnson – 417
3. Pete (Grover Cleveland) Alexander – 373
3. Christy Mathewson – 373
5. Pud Galvin – 365
6. Warren Spahn – 363
7. Kid Nichols – 361
8. Greg Maddux – 355
9. Roger Clemens – 354
10. Tim Keefe – 342
11. Steve Carlton – 329
12. John Clarkson – 328
13. Eddie Plank – 326
14. Nolan Ryan – 324
14. Don Sutton – 324
16. Phil Niekro – 318
17. Gaylord Perry – 314
18. Tom Seaver – 311
19. Old Hoss Radbourn – 309
20. Mickey Welch – 307
21. Tom Glavine – 305
22. Randy Johnson – 303
23. Lefty Grove – 300
23. Early Wynn – 300

Tim Wakefield, Baseball's Active Wins Leader

Tim Wakefield, Baseball's Active Wins Leader (Getty)

Who will be the next 300-game winner? It doesn’t look like anyone in the near or far future. Some claim there will never be another. Here are the top 20 active pitchers with the most wins. No one even has 200. Ages are added for those pitchers 35 and under.

1. Tim Wakefield – 198
2. Roy Halladay – 180 (34)
3. Tim Hudson – 174 (35)
4. Livan Hernandez – 171
4. CC Sabathia – 171 (30)
6. Derek Lowe – 163
7. Bartolo Colon – 159
7. Kevin Milwood – 159
9. Javier Vazquez – 158 (34)
10. Mark Buehrle – 155 (32)
11. Roy Oswalt – 154 (33)
12. Barry Zito – 145 (33)
13. Freddy Garcia – 141 (34)
14. Chris Carpenter – 138
14. Jeff Suppan – 138
16. Jon Garland – 132 (31)
17. John Lackey – 123 (32)
18. Carlos Zambrano – 122 (30)
19. Josh Beckett – 120 (31)
19. Randy Wolf – 120 (34)

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Posted on July 22, 2011, in MLB Baseball and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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