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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Seaver, (George) Thomas Known as "Tom.” Born 1944. American baseball player. A right-handed pitcher mainly with the New York Mets (1967-1977), he had 311 career victories and won the Cy Young Award three times (1969, 1973, and 1975).

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  • There were few flaws in Seaver's credentials, but still five voters didn't think he was a first-ballot Hall of Famer.

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  • Former opponent and fellow announcer Tim McCarver called Seaver the consummate professional.

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  • No one was there, and he took down the receiver and called the Seaver

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  • Hecker calls Seaver "very sneaky" and alleges that the trustee and Chrysler Financial paid a former Hecker employee for internal e-mails information.

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  • Over the 40 years of our friendship, I still call Seaver every now and then, mostly to remind him that I threw harder than him.

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  • Years later, after his retirement, Hammerin 'Hank would call Seaver, "The toughest pitcher I ever faced."

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  • He operates his own winery and sometime in 2009, the first bottles a cabernet named 'Seaver' will be available.

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  • When a reporter told him, "Seaver," Sanchez seemed stumped.

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  • They have had ten seasons where a player struck out 230 or more, the vast majority of which came back when pitchers - such as Seaver - pitched nearly 300 innings.

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