National Baseball Hall of Fame member Bob Feller. UPI/Bill Greenblatt/FILES

Cleveland Indians pitching great Bob Feller died on Wednesday at the age of 92. He finished his career with 266 wins, all with Cleveland. In his first career major league start (just his 7th big league appearance) at the age of 17, he picked up his first win pitching a complete game against the St. Louis Browns winning 4-1 in a game in which he struck out 15. In fact, his first two wins came against the Browns.

As I searched his career stats, I found that the last game he pitched in when the Indians won, was against the Kansas City Athletics, when he pitched two innings of relief in an 11-0 win.

Against the K.C. A’s, Feller has the best winning percentage against any team at .742 and tied with most shutouts, blanking the A’s nine times.