How good was Braves pitcher Greg Maddux during the 1995 World Series championship season?

Not only did he win the Cy Young Award as the top pitcher in the National League for the fourth consecutive season, he also finished third in the MVP race behind winner Barry Larkin and runnerup Dante Bichette. And he also captured the sixth of 13 consecutive Gold Gloves and one of eight All-Star appearances.

Here’s a look back at the 1995 season for Maddux, who would eventually win 355 games and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014:

19-2: Wins and losses

1.63: Earned-run average

28: Games started

10: Complete games

3: Shutouts

209.2: Innings pitched

181: Strikeouts

23: Walks

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