On Tuesday in Atlanta, Braves starting pitcher Tim Hudson will chase the elusive milestone of 200 wins for third time this season.
If Hudson records a win over the Nationals at home, he will become the 110th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to earn a spot in the 200-win club.
He would join Jamie Moyer, Andy Pettitte and Roy Halladay as the only active pitchers to reach 200 wins—a number that is becoming harder and harder to reach by the decade.
While Hudson will eventually reach the 200-win mark sometime this season, some of the game's greats never got a chance to celebrate win No. 200. This article takes a look at the 10 best pitchers in MLB history to never reach 200 wins, and you would be surprised how many greats of the game are actually included.