Chicago White Sox (1904-1916), Boston Braves (1917)
Elected to the Hall of Fame by Veterans Committee: 1946
Ed Walsh used a dominating spitball to average 24 victories a season over a seven-year span (1906-12) for the Chicago White Sox. The right-hander, who twice hurled over 400 frames in a season, is best remembered for his 1908 campaign, in which he finished with a 40-15 record, 42 complete games in 49 starts, 464 innings pitched, 11 shutouts and 269 strikeouts. Big Ed finished his career with a 195-126 record and also coached, managed and umpired.