Four years (1913, 1916, 1917 and 1919)in which his ERA was under 2.00. Went 28-12 with league-best 1.53 ERA in 1917, 29-7 in 1919, 21-10 in 1920, his last season. Threw a no-hitter in 1917.
Urban "Red" Faber
(1914-1933, entire career)
Won 20 or more games four times, including three years in a row (1920-1921-1922). Lowest ERA in AL in 1921 (2.48) and 1922 (2.80). Career record of 254-213 with 273 career complete games.
Won 20 or more games three times (1925, 1927, 1930). League-best ERA of 2.10 in 1942. Career record of 260-230 with 356 complete games. Hit .311 in 122 at-bats in 1930.
Consistent starter had best year in 1967 when he went 19-7 with an AL-best ERA of 2.06; also threw a no-hitter that year. Posted double-digit victory totals for seven straight seasons in the 1960s.
Rookie of the year in 1963. Went 19-8 in 1963 and 20-8 in 1964. Had lowest ERA in AL twice, 1963 (2.33) and 1966 (1.98). Career record of 91-78 with Sox. Good hitter had 19 career homers.
Back-to-back 20-win seasons in 1956-57. Won 14 or more games nine times for Sox. Led AL in ERA in 1955 (1.97) and strikeouts in 1953 (186). Sox record of 186-152.
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