Denton True Young, better known as 'Cy' (short for 'Cyclone'), is the winningest pitcher in major league history. He is also the losingest pitcher in MLB history. Mind you, back in his day, they didn't play 162-game seasons. Of course, they also didn't have five-man rotations, and no-decisions were a lot less common than they are today. Yes, he pitched in the dead-ball era, and the game has changed a lot since he last took the mound in 1911. However, even in the much different baseball age in which Cy Young played, winning 511 games was no small accomplishment (as evidenced by the fact that none of his peers came even close). I'm just glad that Young was nicknamed 'Cy', because the Denton True Young Award simply doesn't sound right.