Milt Gaston

A winner only in his first two seasons, Gaston led the league in losses with 18 for the Browns in 1926, and 20 with the Red Sox in 1930. He was one of the few players of his day to go straight to the majors. He threw a moving forkball that caused his catchers problems; it was rumored he was traded to Washington because Browns owner Phil Ball was tired of ducking his wild pitches. Milt’s brother, Alex, was a ML catcher.