1. AL Cy Young was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937 and was one of the first athletes to donate mementos to Cooperstown.
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5. AL Cy Young was a member of the Perfectos for two seasons before leaving for the American League.
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6. AL Cy Young threw his first no-hitter in 1897 against the Cincinnati Reds, but the milestone was not without controversy.
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11. AL Cy Young won the 1903 World Series and was five times the league leader in wins.
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17. AL Cy Young was transferred, along with the rest of the Spiders star players, to St Louis Perfectos after the Cleveland Spiders owner bought the team.
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18. In 1897, AL Cy Young pitched his first no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds.
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21. On September 18, 1897, AL Cy Young pitched the first no-hitter of his career in a game against the Cincinnati Reds.
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22. In 1890, AL Cy Young signed for $500 with the Cleveland Spiders, which had moved up from the American Association to the National League the previous year.
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23. AL Cy Young began his professional career in 1889 with the Canton, Ohio team of the Tri-State League, a professional minor league.
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32. AL Cy Young went back to his farm in tiny Peoli, Ohio, near Newcomerstown.
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38. AL Cy Young spent two more years playing semi-pro ball, pitching and playing second base in 1889 for a team in New Athens that won its local championship.
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