Jun 24, 2021
Despite winning 373 games, tied for most in NL history, Pete Alexander is often overlooked and underappreciated when people talk about the best pitchers of the early 20th century. 95 years ago this week, the Cubs sent him to St. Louis, setting Pete up to become one of the biggest clutch heroes in World Series history. Mike and Bill look back at what made Pete so great, and the personal demons that brought him down. Plus, happy birthday to Aaron Robinson and Billy Werber!