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27 Facts About Tom Seaver
3. In 1978, Tom Seaver threw a no-hitter against the St Louis Cardinals.
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5. Tom Seaver was a 12-time All-Star selection, three-time Cy Young Award winner and twice was a member of the NL pennant winners.
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8. Tom Seaver was born November 17, 1944, in Fresno, California.
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15. Tom Seaver is one of two players enshrined in the Hall of Fame with a Mets cap on his plaque, along with Mike Piazza.
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16. Three of the five ballots that had omitted Tom Seaver were blank, cast by writers protesting the Hall's decision to make Pete Rose ineligible for consideration.
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19. At the time of his retirement, Tom Seaver was third on the all-time strikeout list, trailing only Nolan Ryan and Steve Carlton.
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21. Tom Seaver led the Cincinnati pitching staff in 1979, when the Reds won the Western Division, and again in the strike-shortened 1981 season, when the Reds had the best record in the major leagues.
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23. Tom Seaver won a league-high 25 games and his first National League Cy Young Award.
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27. Tom Seaver won the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 1967, and he received three NL Cy Young Awards as the league's best pitcher.
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