There have been 24 pitchers that have reached the 300 win total in the Major leagues. 7 of them have pitched some or all of their games in the 19th Century. Cy Young(511), Pud Galvin(365), Kid Nichols(361), Tim Keefe(342), John Clarkson(328), Old Hoss Radbourn(309), and Mickey Welch(307).
Tim Keefe stands alone among all these Hall of Famers. Originally the pitching distance was set at 45 feet. It was changed to 50 feet in 1887, and changed once again to its current distance of 60 feet 6 inches in 1893. Tim Keefe is the only 300 game winner to pitch and win at all 3 distances. Keefe won 10 games with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1893, his final season.
Tim Keefe is also the only pitcher to win 30 games in 6 straight seasons, topping the 30 win mark from 1883-1888. Sir Timothy, a well deserving member of the baseball elite.