Denton True "Cy" Young (March 29, 1867 – November 4, 1955)
Legendary 511-game winner Cy Young pitched three no-hitters throughout
his career, including a perfect game on May 5, 1904. He had most of his
success with the Cleveland Spiders and the Boston Americans and Red
Sox. The season-ending award for the top pitcher in the AL and NL was
named after him. He set the record for most career innings pitched with
7,356. Young was born in Gilmore, Ohio and quit school after sixth grade.
Baseball used for the first four innings in Game One of the first
modern World Series in 1903.