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  1. The Child's World Encyclopedia of Baseball: Hank Aaron Through Cy Young Award by James, Jr. Buckley, 2009-01
  2. Prix de La Ligue Majeure de Baseball: Gant Doré, Trophée Cy Young, Meilleur Joueur Des Ligues Majeures, Recrue de L'année, Prix Silver Slugger (French Edition)
  3. Major League Baseball Player-managers: Pete Rose, Cy Young, Frank Robinson, Christy Mathewson, Mickey Cochrane, Branch Rickey, Hughie Jennings
  4. Warren Spahn: United States, Pitcher, Major League Baseball, National League, Cy Young Award, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Live-ball Era, Warren Spahn Award
  5. Cy Young Award Winners by Ken Young, 1994-04
  6. Five O'Clock Comes Early: A Cy Young Award-Winner Recounts His Greatest Victory by Bob Welch, George Vecsey, 1991-09
  7. Teach Yourself to Win: Cy Young Winner Steve Stone Tells How to Make Success a Habit by Steve Stone, 1991-05
  8. Pitchers Of Perfection: The Cy Young Award Winners by John Marino, 1996-04
  9. N.L. Cy Young hopefuls. (Stock Exchange).(National League baseball pitchers)(Brief Article): An article from: The Sporting News
  10. Ehrung (Baseball): Mlb Most Valuable Player Award, Mlb All-Star Game, Cy Young Award, Liste Der Mitglieder Der Baseball Hall of Fame (German Edition)
  11. Ron Guidry: recalls glory days with the Yankees: left-hander remembers 1978 Cy Young performance when he dominated American League hitters and New York ... Series.: An article from: Baseball Digest by John McMurray, 2006-09-01
  12. Cy Young Award voting results.(Table): An article from: Baseball Digest by Gale Reference Team, 2006-11-01
  13. Greg Maddux: consistency, hard work, and pitching smarts made him a winner: right-hander has amassed four Cy Young Awards, more than 300 wins and 3,000 ... An article from: Baseball Digest by John McMurray, 2007-09-01
  14. Young, Cy (1867-1955): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Andrew Milner, 2000

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Young, Cy (Denton True Young) (18671955), U.S. baseball player. When he retired in 1911 after a record 22 seasons, Cy Young had won more major league games511than any other

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byname of DENTON TRUE YOUNG (b. March 29, 1867, Gilmore, Ohio, U.S.d. Nov. 4, 1955, Newcomerstown, Ohio), professional U.S. baseball player, winner of more major league games than any other pitcher. His victory total is variously given as 509 or 511, the sum of his defeats 313, 315, or 316. In each of 16 seasons (14 consecutive, 1891-1904) he won more than 20 games; in five of those years he won more than 30. Among his other records are games started, 816 or 818; completed starts, 750 or 751; and innings pitched, 7,356 or 7,377. (Many important early records of baseball are in dispute.) Young, a big (6 feet 2 inches, 210 pounds) right-hander, pitched for five teams during his 22 years (1890-1911) in the major leagues, spending the first nine seasons with the Cleveland team in the National League, and the period 1901-08 with the Boston Red Sox in the American League. In 1897 and 1908 he pitched no-hit games, and on May 5, 1904, he registered a perfect game (no player reaching first base) for the Red Sox against the Philadelphia Athletics. He also played for the St. Louis Cardinals (1899-1901) and the Boston Braves (1911) in the National League and the Cleveland Indians (1909-11) in the American League. Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937, Young is commemorated in the

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