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26. Joe Horlen

Joe Horlen debuted in the Majors with the Chicago White Sox in 1961, and two years later, he was one of the top Starters of the team.  Horlen would come of age in 1964, with a 1.88 ERA (second in the AL), and he led the league in WHIP (0.935) and H/9 (6.1).  Horlen kept his ERA under 2.90 in the next two seasons, and in 1967 he would win 19 Games, go to the All-Star Game, and win the ERA Title (2.06), and his second WHIP Title (0.953).  He also was fourth in MVP voting and second in Cy Young voting.

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