I have included record (which isn't always a good indicator of super power-dom), innings pitched (which helps any team), hits (against, of course), extra base hits allowed (none are Mets and none are Rockies, so fence depth and altitude don't factor in), strikeouts (measures their ability to put away hitters), batting average against (which is what this chart is based on), ERA (duh!), and finally their super power.
The super powers are equipped with links that clearly indicate what their powers are.
Behold, the Fearsome Fivesome!
|Gio Gonzalez||WAS||7-1*||61.2||33*||13||79||.156*||2.04||Slings 93.2 (mph)|
|Brandon Beachy||ATL||5-3||66.0||43||11||51||.182||1.77*||Fabulous Forearms|
|CJ Wilson||LAA||6-4||65.0||43||9*||59||.185||2.77||Locks(ing) Up Hitters; Tattoo|
|Justin Verlander||DET||5-3||81.1*||56||18||82*||.190||2.55||Inning Eating Machine; Electric Arm (94.5 mph)|
|Chris Capuano||LAD||7-1*||63.0||42||15||58||.190||2.14||High Socks|