Except for Sandy Koufax, who was otherworldly, Juan Marichal was the best pitcher — certainly the best right-hander — of the 1960s. His 191 wins exceeds Bob Gibson’s second-place 164 by a huge margin. Indeed, he won more games than Gibson in each season of the decade. He’s the only pitcher of the decade with more complete games (197) than wins. His 2.57 ERA is bettered only by Koufax’s 2.36 and Hoyt Wilhelm’s 2.16, but Wilhelm pitched only 1,103 1/3 innings. He’s third in innings pitched behind Don Drysdale and Jim Bunning. His 45 shutouts lead the decade by four over Gibson. His 3.66 strikeouts-to-walks ratio is topped only by Koufax’s 3.73.
He’s arguably the National League’s greatest All-Star Game pitcher, appearing in eight games, winning two while losing none, hurling 18 innings and giving up seven hits and two walks while striking out 12 and surrendering two runs (one earned) for a minuscule ERA of 0.50.
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