5 best St. Louis Cardinals starting pitchers since 1967
Bob Forsch: Leaving Forsch off my Top 5 list was difficult. After all, he is the only Cardinals pitcher in history to throw more than one no-hitter, throwing two in 1978 and 1983, Additionally, he is fourth among Cardinals pitchers in victories (163), won 15 games during the Cardinals World Championship run in 1982, threw over 200 inning six times during his 15 years in St. Louis, won two Gold Glove Awards, and won 20 games in 1977.
Joaquin Adjuar: He is one of the forgotten Cardinals of the 80s. Adujar was a 20-game winner twice, made two All Star appearances, and won a Gold Glove Award. He also won 15 games during the 1982 World Championship run. Finally, he threw for over 200 innings four of five years he wore a Cardinals uniform.
Matt Morris: Morris spent 8 years with the Cardinals, winning 101 games with an a 3.61 ERA. His most notable year was 2001, when he went 22-9 with a 3.16 ERA. Morris made two All-Star appearances and placed 2nd in the Rookie of the Year vote in 1997.
Kyle Lohse: Lohse spent five years in St. Louis and was a part of the 2011 World Championship team. Lohse’s most notable year while wearing a Cardinal uniform was in 2012, when he went 16-3 and led the NL in winning percentage (.842).