Who Won the 1973
Cy Young Award

Tom Seaver

New York Mets

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The Kershaw Collection: 3 Cy Youngs, an MVP and Now, a World Series

New York Times
Kershaw is 144-64 with a 2.36 earned run average and three Cy Young Awards. Only eight others have won the award at least three times: Clemens, Randy Johnson, Steve Carlton, Greg Maddux, Sandy Koufax, Pedro Martinez, Jim Palmer and Tom Seaver.

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How the Blue Jays manage the workloads of top prospect Nate Pearson and other minor-league pitchers

The Athletic
In 1966, a first-round draft pick named Tom Seaver makes his professional debut with the triple-A Jacksonville Suns. He is 21. His signing bonus is $51,000. In Seaver's first pro season, he pitches 210 innings. Yes, you read that right: 210 innings.

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Stitches: Doobie Doobie Doo

New York Post
More mail. Richard Siegelmen says “People marveling at Verlander's 124-pitch complete game. Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver and Bob Gibson are probably thinking, no big deal.” True, but refreshing to see someone finish what they start these days, no Rich?

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EXCLUSIVE: Hall of Famer Tom Seaver tells News his home and vineyard spared from California wildfire

New York Daily News
Tom Seaver is alive and well, and his home and vineyard in the heart of Napa Valley wine country are just fine, too. With wildfires bearing down on his vineyard and being forced to evacuate his Calistoga, Calif., home the former Met great loaded up his ...

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