Chicago Cubs: The greatest Cubs pitcher of all time was no slouch with the bat
Hall of Famer and all-time Cubs greats Fergie Jenkins had a pretty nice power swing. It is easy to overlook his ability to hit, considering he was one of the best pitchers of all time. Jenkins accumulated 893 at-bats as a Cub, which is not surprising in the top five of all-time Cubs at-bats by a pitcher.
In his Cubs career, Jenkins hit .165/.200/.252 with 85 RBI, a .452 OPS and 13 home runs. Those 13 home runs are the third-most by a Cubs pitcher in team history and the second-most the past century. He also hit six triples.
Jenkins hit two home runs in one game on September 1st, 1971, against the Expos. This was the same season he won the NL Cy Young Award. That year he hit a career-high three home runs, 20 RBI and 103 wRC+. Fergie might not have had the best average among Cubs pitchers, but the power puts him high on this list.