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Elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1949, "Three Finger Brown" hailed from Nyesville Indiana and is regarded as one of the most dominant pitchers of the deadball era. Brown was critical to the Cubs back to back World Series victories in 1907-08 in addition to having a 13-11 career edge over fellow hall of fame pitcher Christy Mathewson.


At 6'2, 214lbs he was a literal giant of the era. Overall dominates the 1908 World Series and pitches magnificent victories in game 2 and the final, game 5. 2 complete games, 1 run, 7 hits. As of the glorious fall of 2016, Overall is joined by lefty Mike Montgomery as the only two Cub pitchers to clinch a World Series victory.