A three-time Cy Young Award winner, Tom Seaver is considered one of the best pitchers in the history of Major League Baseball. He led the transformation of the New York Mets from a band of lovable losers to world champions. The Hall of Fame athlete died Wednesday at age 75 from a combination of a devastating form of dementia and COVID-19. Stephanie Sy reports on his remarkable legacy.
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