Jim Perry

Jim Perry
Birthdate 10/30/1953
Death Date
Debut Year 1959
Year of Induction
Teams Athletics, Indians, Tigers, Twins
Position Pitcher

Cy Young Award winner, 3-time All Star, & 2-time 20-game winner Jim Perry has 215 victories and is in the Twins Hall of Fame.

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Jim Perry was a professional baseball player for 20 seasons

Jim Perry was a professional baseball player for 20 seasons

Jim Perry had a fine career in professional baseball. A minor leaguer at the age of 20, he got paid to play the game he loved until he was almost 40 years old. Perry’s big league debut came at age 23 for the Indians in 1959. He hit the ground running, posting a 2.65 ERA and finishing second fo
The only brothers to win the Cy Young Award are Jim ('70) & Gaylord Perry ('72)

The only brothers to win the Cy Young Award are Jim ('70) & Gaylord Perry ('72)

Jim Perry and his younger brother Gaylord formed one of the greatest sibling pitching combinations the game has ever know. The only brothers to walk away with the game’s top pitching honor – the Cy Young Award – the Perrys combined for 529 big league victories. Among sibling combin

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