As an intransitive verb, Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines dominate as "to have or to exert mastery, control or preeminence."
Seems like a logical definition in baseball terms.
When one thinks of a dominant starting pitcher, naturally things like strikeouts, control and wins all come to mind. Then, of course, there exists a demeanor, or air, about a player that helps him to dominate his opponents.
In the world of baseball, a great pitcher is like a champion chess player. He controls the game and exerts his prowess over opponents seemingly at will.
Throughout history there have been hundreds of these pitchers, so narrowing down the list was a bit tricky. That being said, here are my top 100 most dominant pitchers in MLB history.