8-period All-Star Cleveland Indians pitcher who retired with 266 wins, one of the most in Indians franchise background. He led the American Group in strikeouts 7 moments during his profession, gained the AL triple crown in 1940 and helped business lead the Indians to a global Series Tournament in 1948. He done a plantation as a youngster and would afterwards credit his great arm power to his period spent milking cows and bailing hay. He opened up the 1940 period using a no-hitter, the initial MLB pitcher to take action. He divorced his initial wife Virginia in 1971 and afterwards wedded his second wife Anne. Hall of Popularity slugger Ted Williams known as him the very best pitcher he ever encountered.