Hall of Popularity Washington Senators pitcher referred to as The Big Teach. He was called American Little league MVP in 1913 and 1924, he led the Senators to a global Series Tournament in 1924, and he documented 417 wins, 3,508 strikeouts and a 2.17 ERA during his profession. As a youngsters, he worked well in oil areas, but also discovered time for horse riding. He arranged an MLB record by documenting 110 shutouts during his 21-12 months profession. He was the next oldest kid of Frank and Minnie Johnson out of six total kids. Bob Gibson became the next pitcher after Johnson 50 years previously to become area of the 3,000-strikout golf club.