The  Greatest Left Handed Ewers Of All Time

This List Has Been Ranked By Baseball Suckers With The Stylish Major League Left Handed Ewers Of All Time.

10. Rube Waddell 

In The American League. Born In Bradford, Pennsylvania, Waddell Was Tagged To The Baseball Hall Of Fame In 1946.

9. Randy Johnson 

His,875 Strikeouts Place Him Second Each- Time Behind Nolan Ryan And Are The Most By A Left- Hander.

8. Carl Hubbell 

He Remained On The Platoon's Payroll For The Rest Of His Life, Long After Their Move To San Francisco

7. Tom Glavine 

Glavine Earned The Alternate Loftiest Number Of Triumphs As A Ewer In The National League, Second Only To Teammate Greg Maddux's 176.

6. Sandy Koufax 

Koufax's Career Peaked With A Run Of Six Outstanding Times From 1961 To 1966, Before Arthritis In His Left Elbow

5. Whitey Ford

He Was Tagged To The Baseball Hall Of Fame In 1974. Ford Was A Ten- Time Mlb All- Star And Six- Time World Series Champion.

4. Warren Spahn 

The Runner-up Three Times, All During The Period When One Award Was Given, Covering Both Leagues.

3. Steve Carlton 

Philadelphia Phillies Where He Entered His Topmost Sun As A Professional And Won Four Cy Young Awards.

2. Clayton Kershaw

A Left- Handed Starting Ewer, Kershaw Has Played In The Major Leagues Since 2008, And His Career Earned Run Average.

1. Lefty Grove 

One Of The Topmost Ewers  In History, Grove Led The American League In Triumphs In Four Separate Seasons.