Pud Galvin (December 25, 1856 - March 7, 1902) was the pitcher in history of baseball to win 300 games. In 1883, “The Little Steam Engine” started an astonishing 75 of 76 games, winning 46 and completing 72 of those contests. Galvin is second only to Cy Young in Innings pitched (5,941) and complete games (646). He also holds the distinct honor of being the only player to win 20 or more games in 10 seasons without winning a pennant. Galvin finished his 15-year career with 361 wins, 1,799 strikeouts with a 2.85 ERA. Pud Galvin was also known to be the first baseball player in history to use performance-enhancing drugs, taking an elixir that contained monkey testosterone. The Veterans Committee elected Pud Galvin to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1965.