Brooklyn Dodgers (1956-1957), Los Angeles Dodgers (1958-1969)
Elected to the Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers: 1984
Don Drysdale teamed with Sandy Koufax during the 1960s to form one of the most dominating pitching duos in history. The ferocious hurler used brushback pitches and a sidearm fastball to intimidate batters, and his 154 hit batsmen remain a modern National League record. Drysdale won 25 games and the Cy Young Award in 1962, and set a record with 58 consecutive scoreless innings in 1968. In 1965, the all-around athlete was the Dodgers' only .300 hitter, and in two separate seasons he hit seven home runs, tying the National League record.