This guy was the real deal. From 1963-1970 he won 156 games and only lost 81, he won nine GoldGloves during is illustrious career, was awarded Wold Series MVP twice once in 1964, and the other in 1967, and also won two Cy Young Awards once in 1968 and the other in 1970. One of is most clutch career moments happened during the 1967 World Series where he only surrendered 3 earned runs during 3 complete games. The crazy thing that season is that he broke is leg from a line drive by Roberto Clemente. He had a lot of accomplishments during his career. But a thing I heard about this guy was that his fastball was so fast he could pitch it through a brick wall. I'm not sure if that statement was accurate or not. But if it was that's insane.