I happen to remember Wilbur Wood from his late pitching days. I was never a White Sox fan or anything; I just liked that he lost 20 games twice, including one year (1973) when his W-L was 24-20!
You want to talk "innings-eater"? Wood pitched over 300 innings four years in a row, and almost did it a fifth year as well (291 innings in 1975). Those same four years, he pitched over 20 complete games each year. He actually went through several years as a reliever before becoming a workhorse starter, too, and appeared in 88 games (!) for the 1968 Chicago White Sox. No wonder the guy looked pretty old by the time I started to become aware of him in the mid-70s.
He seemed like a guy whom it would be good to collect the baseball cards of. So that's what I'm doing. Here's what I've gathered so far.