Feller and Spahn would probably look a hell of a lot better. Robin Roberts. That guy had his arm pitched off for the first half of his career and then went way downhill. Allie Reynolds. Those are 4 names that jump to mind who were all thought to be elite, nasty, generational pitchers in their time who often get left out of discussions of the best pitchers of all time. All of them threw a ton of innings in their best seasons, and no doubt had a hard time maintaining their best stuff through their 150-pitch starts. Feller and Spahn certainly get a solid amount of press, Roberts and Reynolds almost nothing.