Hall of Famer Greg Maddux won more games during the 1990s than any other pitcher. In his illustrious 23-year MLB career, Maddux won a World Series Championship, four Cy Young Awards (1992-95) and eight All-Star nods. He is the only pitcher in MLB history to win at least 15 games for 17 straight seasons. Maddux was a record 18-time Gold Glover, a four-time ERA leader and three-time wins leader. He pitched in 13 Division Series contests, 17 League Championship games, and five World Series games. Maddux spent his first seven seasons with the Chicago Cubs (1986-1992) winning 20 games (2.18 ERA) in 1992, earning his first Cy Young honor. He signed with Atlanta in 1993 and the Braves won 11 consecutive division titles, advanced to the World Series three times, and won the 1995 World Series. In that time, Maddux went 198-88 with a 2.63 ERA. He returned to the Cubs in 2004 and led the NL in starts (35) in 2005 at age 39. Maddux boasts a career 355-227 record, 3.16 ERA with 3,371 strikeouts.