James Evan “Jim” Perry, Jr. (October 30, 1935-) pitched for four different teams during a 17-year Major League Baseball career that saw him earn an American League Cy Young Award (1970) and selection to a trio of All-Star Games (1961, 1970, 1971). Though a gifted player in his own right, some fans remember him solely as the older brother of Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry. Jim signed as an amateur free agent with the Cleveland Indians in 1956, and joined the big leagues three years later. Early in his Indians career (1959-1963, 1974-1975), Perry finished second in Rookie of the Year voting (behind Bob Allison) and exploded in 1960 as he led the American League in wins (going 18-10), games started (36), and shutouts (4). He continued his dominance on the mound after joining the Minnesota Twins (1963-1972), going 20-6 in 1969 and 24-12 in 1970. In his single year with the Detroit Tigers (1973), he faced his brother, Gaylord, in the only regular season match-up of their careers. (Neither finished the game, but Gaylord was charged with the 5-4 loss.) Jim finished his career with the Oakland Athletics (1975), and retired with a 215-174 record and a 3.45 ERA with 1,576 strikeouts. The Perry brothers trail only Phil and Joe Niekro for career victories by siblings. Jim and Gaylord also are the only brothers in MLB history to win Cy Young Awards.