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Biography of Early Wynn

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Biography of Early Wynn:

1920 - Born in Hartford, Alabama on the 6th of  January. 1939-1948 - Wynn signed with the Senators at age 17, and after only three appearances, Early Wynn blossomed, winning 72 games before being dealt to Cleveland in December.

1950 - Early Wynn had his first 20-win season. 1951 - His durability helped him lead the American League in innings three times and propelled him to an AL record for most years pitched.

1958 - Wynn became the first major league pitcher to lead his league in strikeouts in consecutive years with different teams. 1959 - Early Wynn won the Cy Young Award at the age of 39, posting a record of 22-10, with 179 strikeouts and a 3.

16 ERA to lead the Sox to the pennant. 1962-1963 - Early Wynn returned to Cleveland for a last run.

In that season, Early Wynn won his 300th game, after failing in several tries.

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