Transcript for By the Numbers: Tom Seaver’s remarkable career
This week the world lost legendary hall of fame pitcher Tom Seaver nickname Tom terrific he died of complications of dementia and Kobe it. At the age of 75. Says baseball fans love statistics we thought we'd throw out a few fastballs. On C where his legacy by the numbers. In 1969 he famously led the miracle Mets to the World Series championship. And three times the Seaver won the Cy Young award given to the league's best picture each year. Twelve times he it was selected to the National League all star team. And in 1992 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame he won 300 in eleven games in his career that eighteenth best record of all time and logged. 3640. Strikeouts the sixth best in Major League history. He struck out 200 batters in nine straight seasons the longest streak in Major League Baseball history. And only one player in MLB history as struck out ten straight batters in a game. And that was the great Tom Seaver against the Padres in 1970.
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