Dwight Gooden
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Dwight Gooden

Dwight Eugene Gooden, nicknamed "Doc," at nineteen became the youngest starting pitcher in MLB history until that point. Starting in 1984, Gooden shaped the destiny of the Mets, his 98 mph rising fastball carrying him to Rookie of the Year and Cy Young accolades and guiding the Mets to victory in the 1986 World Series.
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