Young would win the first Pitcher's Triple Crown of the American League with 33 Wins, a 1.62 ERA and 158 Strikeouts. He also led the AL in WHIP (0.973), FIP (2.64), and SO/BB (4.27). 1902 was almost as good with his 32 Wins leading the AL, and he would again do the same with 28 Wins in 1903. That season, he would lead Boston to win the World Series Championship, when he went 2-1 with a 1.85 ERA. Fittingly, he threw the first pitch in the first ever modern World Series Game.
Early in 1904, he threw a perfect game, the first in the history of the AL. He led the AL in WHIP that year, and the next one, and for a final time in 1907. Young would also have three more 20 Win seasons. The Cleveland Naps traded for him before the 1909 season. With the Red Sox, he had 192 Wins, with a 2.00 ERA, 1,341 Strikeouts, and a WHIP of 0.970.Young entered the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937.