December 22, 1944 in History
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Steve Carlton, Phillies' pitcher, Cy Young 1972, 1977, 1980, 1982




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Steve Carlton History:
January 12, 1994 - Steve Carlton (Phillies) elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
July 29, 1989 - Phillies retire Steve Carlton's # 32
August 5, 1986 - Steve Carlton is 2nd to pitch 4,000 strikeout
June 25, 1986 - Phillies give Steve Carlton, 41, his unconditional release
May 16, 1984 - Phillie pitcher Steve Carlton hits a grand slam homer
September 23, 1983 - Phillies Steve Carlton is 16th to wins 300 game (beating Cards)
June 7, 1983 - Steve Carlton temporarily passes Nolan Ryan with his 3,552 strike out
May 20, 1983 - Phillies Steve Carlton passes W Johnson with 2nd most strike outs
October 26, 1982 - Steve Carlton became 1st pitcher to win 4 Cy Young awards
September 21, 1981 - Steve Carlton strikes out NL record 3,118th (Andre Dawson)
April 29, 1981 - Phillie Steve Carlton is 1st lefty to strike out 3,000 batters
November 4, 1980 - Steve Carlton wins 3rd NL Cy Young Awards
July 6, 1980 - Steve Carlton (14-4) pitches most strikeouts by a lefty (2,836)
May 26, 1980 - Phillie Steve Carlton is 1st NLer to record 6, 1-hitters
April 26, 1980 - Phillies' Steve Carlton pitches his 6th 1-hitter (beats Cards)
July 23, 1978 - Phillies Steve Carlton becomes 78th pitcher to win 200
November 2, 1977 - Phillies' Steve Carlton wins 2nd Cy Young Award
November 2, 1972 - Phillies' Steve Carlton wins unanimous NL Cy Young Award
October 3, 1972 - Steve Carlton wins 27th game for Phillies
August 17, 1972 - Phillies Steve Carlton wins his 15th straight game
February 25, 1972 - Lopsided trade, Cards trade Steve Carlton to Phillies for Rick Wise
September 15, 1969 - Cards Steve Carlton sets record by striking out 19 New York Mets in a game


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