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Mets' Cy Young Award winners

TOM SEAVER, 1971 20-10, 1.76 ERA, 289 strikeouts

TOM SEAVER, 1971
20-10, 1.76 ERA, 289 strikeouts
Seaver led the NL in ERA, strikeouts and WHIP (0.946) but still finished second, to Fergie Jenkins, in Cy Young voting. Seaver tossed four shutouts and threw 21 complete games in 35 starts. (Credit: AP)

R.A. Dickey became the third Mets pitcher to win the National League Cy Young Award Wednesday. It's the fifth time a Mets has won the honor -- Tom Seaver won it three times (1969, 1973, 1975) and Dwight Gooden won it in 1985.

Here's a look at all of the Mets' Cy Young Award winners:

1969: TOM SEAVER

W-L: 25-7

ERA: 2.21

Strikeouts: 208

1973: TOM SEAVER

W-L: 19-10

ERA: 2.08

Strikeouts: 251

1975: TOM SEAVER

W-L: 22-9

ERA: 2.38

Strikeouts: 243

1985: DWIGHT GOODEN

W-L: 24-4

ERA: 1.53

Strikeouts: 268

2012: R.A. DICKEY

W-L: 20-6

ERA: 2.73

Strikeouts: 230

Tags: mets , cy young , tom seaver , dwight gooden , r.a. dickey

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