Patrick Corbin played the first six seasons of his career with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The southpaw has had an up and down career, the ups being a pair of 14 Win seasons, the first seeing him go to the All-Star Game (2013). The lows being Tommy John Surgery taking him out of the entire 2014 Season, the other being the 2016 campaign where he lost his role as a Starter. Lows are lows and highs are highs and since 2016, Corbin returned to the All-Star Game in 2018 as a Starter and he was third overall in the NL in both Strikeouts and SO/BB while also finishing fourth in WHIP. Corbin left Arizona as a Free Agent to join the Washington Nationals, where he won a World Series Ring. With Arizona, Corbin had a 56-54 record with 897 Strikeouts.