Orel Leonard Hershiser IV (September 16, 1958-) was a right-handed pitcher who delivered one of the best single seasons in Major League history in 1988, capturing a Gold Glove and Cy Young Award in 1988, as well as being named the 1988 National League Championship Series MVP and World Series MVP. He is the only player in history to receive the Cy Young and be named the NLCS and World Series MVP in the same season, The Los Angeles Dodgers selected Hershiser in the 17th round of the 1979. He made is big league debut at the end of the 1983 season, becoming a starter in the Dodger rotation in 1984. During a stellar career on the mound, Hershiser’s greatest season was arguably 1988, where he not only garnered a wealth of awards but also let the National League in wins (23), innings (267) and complete games (15), finishing the season with a 59 consecutive scoreless innings. He was also selected to the second of his three All-Star Game rosters. Having spent the bulk of his career with the Dodgers (1983-1994, 2000), Hershiser also played for the Cleveland Indians (1995-1997), San Francisco Giants (1998), and New York Mets (1999). While with the Indians, Hershiser posted a 16-6 record in 1995, helping the team make its first World Series appearance since 1954 and picking up the 1995 ALCS MVP. He retired with a 204-150 record, 3.48 ERA and 2,014 strikeouts.