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Cleveland Indians pitcher Cy Young poses in this undated photo at an unknown location. Young made his major league debut in 1890 and pitched for five teams during his 22-year career. Young threw a perfect game on May 5, 1904, becoming the first picther of the modern era to accomplish the feat. The then-37-year-old struck out three as the Boston Americans beat the Philadelphia A's, 3-0.