Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has passed away at the age of 75 after a battle with Dementia and COVID according to multiple sources.
— National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum ⚾ (@baseballhall) September 3, 2020
Seaver played 20 seasons in the major leagues and had a career record of 311-205. He had a career ERA of 2.86, won three Cy Youngs and was a 12-time All-Star.
The first 10 and a half seasons of Seaver’s career were spent with the Mets, where he got the nickname The Franchise. He was traded to the Cincinnati Reds in 1977 and spent five and a half seasons with the Reds. After Cincinnati, he pitched a season for the Mets, then also played for the White Sox and Red Sox.
He was inducted into the Pro Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992.
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