I have to disagree with your ranking of Nolan Ryan as the top pitcher of all time, Primetime. From 1966-1993, the span of his career, he only won 20 games twice, finished only 32 games over .500 (324-292), and his career ERA of 3.57 is good, but worthy of being the top pitcher of all-time? Top 10? Yes. Top 5? Yes. Just not the best of all-time. I will have to produce my own list later.
Walter Johnson, Sandy Koufax, Roger Clemens, Grover Alexander, Cy Young, Nolan Ryan, Bob Gibson, Christy Mathewson, Lefty Grove, Warren Spahn, Tom Seaver, Steve Carlton, Randy Johnson, Greg Maddux
These are the candidates for the top pitchers of all time. Nolan Ryan is not a top 5 pitcher of all time. Top 10 worthy...top 5? #1? No way. Roger imo is a lock for the top 3 pitcher of all time. My top 3 generally starts off in bold and after that I gotta think and research. I myself like to include Randy Johnson in my top 10.