On October 1, 1974, Tom Seaver, whiffing 14 batters, becomes the first hurler in National League history to strike out 200 or more batters for seven consecutive seasons. ‘Tom Terrific’s’ complete-game effort in his last start of the year isn’t good enough to win when the Mets bow to Jim Lonborg and Phillies, 2-1.

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