Cy Young (HOF) “Glove Shows” – Red Hindu (SGC A)

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PLAYER: Cy Young (HOF)

VARIATION: Glove Shows

TEAM: Cleveland Naps 

LEAGUE: American

BACK: Red Hindu (7/39)

GRADE: SGC A – (137) 3724-001

 

THE CARD

An exquisite example of the Legend himself, Cy Young. The card features the Red Hindu advertising reverse (Ranked 7 of 39 in terms of scarcity according to T206 Resource). Despite a light trim on the bottom of the card, it maintains a spectacular overall appeal. A truly iconic front and back combination.

CY YOUNG

Denton True Young

Born: March 29, 1867 - Gilmore, OH

Died: November 4, 1955 - Newcomerstown, OH

Batted: RH

Threw: RH

Position: P

MLB Pitching Record: 511–316

ERA: 2.63

 Teams:

Cleveland Spiders NL (1890–1898)

St. Louis Perfectos/Cardinals NL (1899–1900)

Boston Americans/Red Sox AL (1901–1908)

Cleveland Naps AL (1909–1911)

Boston Rustlers NL (1911)

Cy Young was featured in the T206 collection at the end of his illustrious career. The MLB career leader in wins (511), most innings pitched (7,354), games started (815), and complete games (749), Denton “Cy” (short for “Cyclone”) Young is considered one of the top-five pitchers of all time. He won 30 or more games 5 times and 20 or more games 10 times. Young also pitched 3 no-hitters, and in 1904 he pitched the first perfect game in modern baseball history. He was known for his control and durability rather than his overpowering fastball. In 1956 the Cy Young Award was created to honor the best pitcher in baseball. Since 1967, it has been given to the best pitcher in the American League and the National League.  Cy Young was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1937.

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