Cy Young finished his career with 511 wins, a 2.63 ERA and 2803 strikeouts. During his career he had 5 seasons with 30 or more wins and 15 seasons with 20 or more wins. His 511 wins is by far the most career wins by anyone in MLB history as Walter Johnson finished second with 417. In addition to wins, Young still holds the major league records for most career innings pitched (7,355), most career games started (815), and most complete games (749). He also retired with 316 losses, the most in MLB history. In addition, Young pitched three no-hitters, including the third perfect game in baseball history, first in baseball’s “modern era”. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Cy Young died in 1955 and the following year MLB created the Cy Young Award given to the best pitcher in baseball that year.