Tom is a member of the Mets' and Reds' team Halls of Fame.
Tom had more than 20 wins in 1969, 1971, 1972, and 1975.
As of 2007, Tom's 3,640 strikeouts are the sixth most in Major League history.
While playing for the Red Sox in 1986, Seaver's injured knee prevented him from facing the Mets in the World Series. Nevertheless, he still received a standing ovation from the crowd at Shea Stadium.
Seaver won the National League Cy Young Award in 1969, 1973, and 1975.
Tom hit 12 home runs throughout his career. Not bad, considering he was a pitcher.
With 19 strikeouts in one game in 1970, Tom tied Steve Carleton for the single game record. This mark would later be passed by Kerry Wood and Roger Clemens.
As of 2007, Tom is the only pitcher to strike out 200 batters in nine consecutive seasons.
On June 16th, 1978, Seaver pitched his only career no-hitter against the St. Louis Cardinals.
As of 2007, Tom is the only player to be elected to the Hall of Fame as a member of the New York Mets.
Tom owns several vineyards in California.
Seaver was elected to the MLB Hall of Fame in 1992.
As of 2007, Tom is one of 22 pitchers is MLB history with 300 wins.
As of 2007, Tom is the only pitcher to strike out ten consecutive batters.
Tom's uniform number, 41, is retired by the Mets.
Tom led the National League with 235 strikeouts in 1976.
Tom was named The Sporting News Pitcher of the Year Award in 1975.
Tom won the 1967 National League Rookie of the Year Award.
Tom and his New York Met teammates won the World Series in 1969.
Tom pitched in the 1969 and 1973 World Series.
Tom pitched in the 1979 NLCS.
Tom's last MLB game was on September 19, 1986.
Tom's first MLB game was on April 13, 1967.
Tom: If the Mets can win the World Series, the U.S. can get out of Vietnam.