This guy won 20 games four times, led the AL in ERA twice, and managed to get over 2400 strikeouts. His 19 year career gave him a 229-172 record though to be fair, a lot of those losses came while he was in Cleveland, so he can be forgiven a little for that, but he was only a three-time All-Star, and never managed to get closer than 4th place to a Cy Young. His best stuff came while in Boston, and notably after his parents were allowed to visit him from Cuba. In the 1975 World Series, he went 2-0, earning a no decision in the immortal sixth game. Name this pitcher, beloved almost universally by his teammates, who is likely best remembered for his strange twisting windups.