Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine was a World Series champion, two-time Cy Young Award winner, 10-time All-Star, five-time 20-game winner, five-time National League wins leader, and four-time Silver Slugger honoree as a pitcher. Inducted into the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame, Glavine’s illustrious 22-year major league career included a 305-203 record, 3.54 ERA and 2,607 strikeouts with Atlanta (1987-2002, 2008) and the New York Mets (2003-07). Known for both his calm demeanor and tenacity on the mound, Glavine led the Braves to the National League West title in 1991 while posting a 20-11 record, 2.55 ERA, and a league-leading nine complete games, earning his first Cy Young Award. He helped the Braves advance to their first World Series (lost to Minnesota in seven games). The Braves got back to the World Series and the title in 1995, where Glavine threw eight-shutout innings in Game 6 against Cleveland, earning a 1-0 victory, and was named the World Series MVP after going 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA. Glavine won his second Cy Young in 1998 after posting a 20-6 record.