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Grover Alexander
(1918-1926)
Two-time 20-game winner (1920, 1923) with Cubs won 15 or more games six times during tenure here. Career record of 373-208 overall, 128-83 with Cubs.

Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown
(1904-1912; 1916)
Six straight seasons with 20 or more victories (1906-1911). ERA was under 2.00 for five of those seasons (1906-1910), topped by NL-best 1.04 ERA in 1906.

Fergie Jenkins
(1966-73; 1982-83)
Six straight seasons with 20 or more victories (1967-1972). NL strikeout leader in 1969 with 273. Cy Young Award in 1971, first Cub to win it. Hit 13 career homers.

Bill Lee
(1934-1943; 1947)
Two-time 20-game winner (1935, 1938) had six straight seasons with 13 or more victories. Had nine shutouts in 22-9 season for 1938 NL champs.

Greg Maddux
(1986-1992; 2004-present)
Won 18 games in 1988 and 19 games for 1989 NL East champs. Best year was Cy Young season in 1992, when he went 20-11 with 2.18 ERA before bolting to Braves.

Charlie Root
(1926-1941)
Won 14 or more games in eight straight seasons (1926-1933). Pitched in four World Series for Cubs. Victim of Babe Ruth 's alleged "called shot" in '32 Series.