Kids growing up today probably don’t know much about Cy Young, except that he has an award named after him. Cy Young was a baseball player who pitched for five different major league teams from 1890 to 1911. Young was in my opinion the first great baseball player. He ended his career with 511 wins and 7,355 innings pitched, both MLB records to this day.
To kick off our new daily video segments “Stump Zeke”, John asked us via email “Who holds the MLB record for most career wins”. This question prompted today’s post and yesterday’s “Stump Zeke” question.
Check the video to see if he know.