The highest single season WAR for any White Sox pitcher is 11.7 (no, not a typo). In fact, the only 20th century pitchers with higher season WARs are W. Johnson (three times), C. Young, G. C. Alexander, R. Clemens, and S. Carlton. Yet, no one ever discusses this guy for the Hall of Fame. This guy was the last Major Leaguer to start both games of a doubleheader. Name this knuckleballer who, in 1973 went 24-20, the last AL pitcher to win and lose 20 games in the same season, and the first to do so since Walter Johnson in 1916.
Wilbur Forrester Wood