Gaylord Perry​

Inducted: 1973
  • Born in Williamston, NC, 1938
  • Pitched for eight teams in the major leagues from 1962–1983
  • Longest tenure with San Francisco Giants from 1962–1971
  • Won 20 or more games five times
  • Led NL in wins in 1970 and 1978; led AL in 1972
  • Won AL Cy Young Award in 1972 for Cleveland and NL award in 1978 for San Diego
  • Only player to win award in each league
  • Brother Jim won AL Cy Young Award in 1970, making the duo the only brothers to win award
  • Pitched no-hitter in 1968, beating St. Louis 1-0
  • Finished career with 314-265 record, pitching 5,351 total innings
  • Controversial figure for much of career because of alleged use of spitballs and other illegal pitches
  • Coached baseball at Limestone College
  • Brother Jim in NCSHOF