Bill Singer

Singer’s injury-plagued career included two standout seasons of 20-12 (1969) and 20-14 (1973). Teamed with Nolan Ryan on the 1973 Angels’ staff, the two combined for more strikeouts than any other duo ever. Ryan’s record 383 and Singer’s 241 (third in the AL) added up to 624, 32 more than the next-highest total for teammates. The other highlight of Singer’s career came when he threw a no-hitter against the Phillies on July 20, 1970.