Wynn joined one of the best staffs in Baseball, and it improved his game. After going 11-7 with a 3.11 ERA in '48, Wynn won the ERA Title in 1950 while also leading the American League in WHIP (1.250), H/9 (7.0), and SO/9 (6.0). He would then win at least 20 Games in four seasons as an Indian, leasing the AL in that sat in 1954 with 23. Three times an All-Star with the Tribe, Wynn also finished in the top six in MVP voting while playing for Cleveland.
At the end of the 1962 season, the White Sox released Wynn, who was aged and ineffective, but he was determined to get his 300thWin. He signed back with Cleveland, who allowed him that opportunity, and after a few starts. He retired for good at the end of the season. Overall, Wynn won 164 Games against 102 Losses with 1,277 Strikeouts.
Wynn was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972 in his fourth year of eligibility. That year, the Indians also inducted him into their Hall of Fame.