One of the most dominant hitters in the game, Ruth could have also been the most dominant pitcher. In fact, his World Series pitching statistics are nearly as impressive as his World Series hitting statistics.
In 1919, Jackson and seven other members of the Chicago White Sox were implicated in fixing the World Series and letting the Cincinnati Reds win. Jackson had a .375 in the series, 12 hits and no errors. Jackson hit the lone home run for the White Sox.
Ask anyone who the greatest pitcher of all time is and, undoubtedly, Cy Young's name has to come up in the conversation.