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Cy Young was a pitcher.

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The Cy Young Award is the Baseball award for the best pitcher in each league. It is named after Cy Young, arguably the greatest pitcher of all time.


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Denton True "Cy" Young, the best pitcher in Baseball history. "Cy" was his nickname. It came from a tryout he had with a Canton minor league team. The manager said he was "As fast as a Cyclone". Cyclone was eventually shortened to Cy. and thus a baseball legend was born.


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