At #'s 5-7 we have the big counting-stats guys. Some of the key numbers: 6, 303, and 33...
At #7, we have 6-time Cy Young winner Vincenzo Smalley. He's also #2 on the all-time wins list with 296. Not quite the qualitative numbers of some higher on the list (he faced DH's in the AL for all but a few minutes of his career), he's had the longest period of dominance of any AL pitcher.
In at #6 is our all-time wins leader (303), Luis Contreras. Although obviously a dominant pitcher, his claim to fame stems from his longevity - he's still our career leader in quality starts and strikeouts, and is #2 in shutouts.
At #5, we're getting into the territory of the guys who combine top counting stats with qualitative dominance. At age 33, Tony Moya is already our career leader in shutouts (33), and is #5 all-time in WHIP and On-Base % Allowed. With 4 Cy Youngs already, he seems a lock for 1 or 2 more.