Take a close look at the chart — not a single player from the twentieth century appears in the top one-hundred (100) list. Why? Because the "average" starting modern pitcher only starts approximately thirty-two (32) games during a full season of play.
Trivia alert: Cy Young, who is the all time career games started leader with eight-hundred fifteen (815) Major League starts, does not appear in the top one-hundred single season leaders.
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