Dwight "Doc" Gooden was the fifth pick in the 1982 MLB draft. After striking out 300 batters in his first year in the minors, he was called up to make his major league debut the next season with the New York Mets. Gooden won Rookie of the Year in 1984 and was named Cy Young of the National League in 1985 and won the Triple Crown, leading the NL in Wins, ERA, and Strikeouts. Gooden is considered to be one of the most talented pitchers in baseball history. His unforgettable 1985 season is still widely considered as one of the greatest individual pitching seasons in league history.