On February 18, 1909, the Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young to the Cleveland Naps for pitchers Charlie Chech and Jack Ryan and $12,500 Young pitched for Cleveland in the 1890s when it fielded a team in the National League.

Young, who won 21 games for the Sox at age 41, will win 19 games for the Naps including his 500th win and will finish his career 2 seasons’s later with 511 career wins.

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