Rank 'Em: MLB's Greatest Pitchers

Created: December 5, 2008, 5:39 PM

Does Greg Maddux top SN's rankings?

Greg Maddux walks away from the game of baseball with an impressive résumé that includes four Cy Young Awards, 355 career wins, a 3.12 career ERA and a World Series title won while part of an impressive pitching staff with the Atlanta Braves. The surefire Hall of Famer is not only one of the greatest pitchers of his era, amassing more wins than Roger Clemens, Randy Johnson and former Braves teammate Tom Glavine, but also one of the best pitchers of all time.

But where does Maddux rank among the all-time greats? ESPN.com's Rob Neyer has compiled a list of the best pitchers dating back to the mid-1940s and now it's up to SportsNation to rank the greats! Does Maddux make your Top 5? Where does Clemens rank? And who is No. 1?

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  • Wins: 329
    ERA: 3.22
    4 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 354
    ERA: 3.12
    7 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 305
    ERA: 3.54
    2 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 295
    ERA: 3.26
    5 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 165
    ERA: 2.76
    3 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 355
    ERA: 3.12
    4 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 214
    ERA: 2.91
    3 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 318
    ERA: 3.35
    0 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 314
    ERA: 3.11
    2 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 324
    ERA: 3.19
    0 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 311
    ERA: 2.86
    3 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 363
    ERA: 3.09
    1 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 324
    ERA: 3.26
    0 Cy Young Awards
  • Wins: 300
    ERA: 3.54
    1 Cy Young Awards