Ex-Mets pitcher Anthony Young dies at 51

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Former Mets starter Anthony Young, who lost an MLB record 27 straight games from 1992-93, died Tuesday in Houston at the age of 51, the Mets announced. Young had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. “Anthony was a true gentleman,” said ex-Mets reliever Turk Wendell, who worked at the team’s fantasy camp with Young. “At…

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