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Denton True Young, baseball's biggest winner -- and loser -- logged a record 7,356 innings during his 22-year career. Among his 511 wins were 76 shutouts and three no-hitters. Nicknamed ''Cy'' because of his cyclone-like fastball, Young won 20 games 16 times (five 30-win seasons). He averaged 27 wins and a 3.05 ERA in the 1890s; 27 wins and a 2.12 ERA in the 1900s.

Not pictured:

- Kid Nichols | No. 300: July, 7, 1900 | Career: 360-205

- John Clarkson | No. 300: Sept. 21, 1892 | Career: 329-177

- Charley Radbourn | No. 300: June 2, 1891 | Career: 310-196

- Mickey Welch | No. 300: July 28, 1890 | Career: 309-212

- Tim Keefe | No. 300: June 4, 1890 | Career: 341-223

- Pud Galvin | No. 300: Oct. 5, 1888 | Career: 361-302

Photo: National Baseball Hall of Fame Library

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