Young was one of the hardest-throwing pitchers in the game early in his career. After his speed diminished, he relied more on his control and remained effective into his forties. By the time Young retired, he had established numerous pitching records, some of which have stood for over a century. He holds MLB records for the most career wins, with 511, along with most career innings pitched, games started, and complete games. He led his league in wins during five seasons and pitched three no-hitters, including a 1904 perfect game.
300-41, ERA 3.06, 6x AllStar 2x WS Champion, AL MVP 1931, Triple Crown Wins, Strikeouts, ERA 11930-1931, 4X AL wins Leader, 7x Strikeout Leader, Hall of Fame 1947