Phillies best pitchers in franchise history from A to Z
S: Curt Schilling (1992 – 2000)
Schilling won 16 games for the 1993 NL Championship team and was an All-Star from 1997 through 1999. He led the league in strikeouts in 1997 and 1998, fanning at least 300 both seasons. A workhorse, Schilling led the league in complete games three times and finished his career with the Phillies with 101 wins and a 3.35 ERA.
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T: Kent Tekulve (1985 – 1988)
Near the end of a successful career out of the bullpen, Tekulve was still productive. He pitched to an ERA under three in 1985 and 1986 and under four the following two seasons. Still, with a rubber arm, Tekulve surpassed 100 innings twice and led the league in games in 1986 with 90. In 291 games in Philadelphia, Tekulve won 24 and saved 25 with a 3.01 ERA.
U: Tom Underwood (1974 – 1977)
Underwood won a career-high 14 games in his first full season in 1975. His solid pitching continued in 1976 when he posted a record of 10-5 with a 3.53 ERA. Underwood won 28 games with the Phillies and 86 games over 11 seasons with six different teams.