3. Matt Cain
The No. 3 spot on this list belongs to “Big Sugar” or “Big Daddy” or “The Horse” or whatever you wish to call Matt Cain holds a spot on this list.
The No. 25 pick in the 2002 draft, Cain debuted in 2005 and spent his entire 13-year career in a San Francisco Giants uniform.
He went on to win three World Series titles with the team, posting a 2.10 ERA in eight postseason starts, including a brilliant 2010 postseason where he didn’t allow an earned run in 21.1 innings of work over three starts.
Among his other highlights, he also threw a perfect game against the Houston Astros in 2012, was a three-time All-Star and finished in the top 10 in NL Cy Young voting twice.
Injuries took their toll later in his career and he struggled to make it through a full season, but the role in played in two of the team’s title runs and his impressive peak as one of the top pitchers in the National League is enough to earn him a prominent place on this list.
Cain finished his career at 104-118 with a 3.68 ERA in 2,085.2 innings.