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Cy Young Baseball card, 1911.
Wouldn't you like to own this Cy Young card from 1911?

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Baseball Great Cy Young Pitched His First Professional Game
August 6, 1890

Over the course of his 22-year career, Young won at least 508 games (many say he won 511) and averaged about 23 victories a season! After his stint with the Spiders, Young played with the Boston Red Sox, and finally the Cleveland Indians, as seen in this popular trading card. His record put him into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Cy wasn't his real name. How do you think he came to be called that?
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