I spend way to much time at baseballreference.com. For real. There actually might be something wrong with me. I don't know what it is about baseball statistics and history that fascinates so much, all I know is that I've studied this stuff since I was eight years old and got my first pack of cards.
In one of my days of "research," I compiled a list of the greatest pitchers for each franchise. There were teams like Atlanta that had guys like Warren Spahn, Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine. Then there were teams like the Milwaukee Brewers that hadn't ever had a great pitcher in the history of their franchise. Guys like Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling didn't make this list, but others like Doug Drabek did.
So anyway, here are greatest pitchers in each teams history.
Writer's Note: Players had to be playing during or after Jackie Robinson's debut to be considered (for obvious reasons). Baseball has been around for ever, and you gotta draw the line somewhere.