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  • NOTE: Neither Marichal or Spahn, who would finish his season 23-7 with a 1.88 ERA, won the 1963 Cy Young Award.

    One Season

  • After the round-tripper, Cy Young settled down and easily retired Bubbles, Preacher Wil, and Elizabeth.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • That entire amount came after a former Cy Young Award–winning pitcher named Bret Saberhagen designated NAAR as his charity of choice in a Merck publicity campaign to promote its anti-baldness drug Propecia.

    The Panic Virus

  • Cy Young settled down and retired Doc Linden and Professor Lance on back-to-back strikeouts, closing out the frame.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • Then with two men down, Cy Young stepped to the dish and blooped a ball into right.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • Gossage certainly had nothing against Sparky Lyle, who, after all, had won the Cy Young Award in 1977; between both men, there was respect.

    The Greatest Game

  • Standing on the bump, Cy Young barely had to budge for the basket catch put-out.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • Yes he does, but the thing about the Eck Man is that sometimes he is Cy Young out there.

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • Munson and Jackson hit well, Ron Guidry started to come into his own, Sparky Lyle was having a Cy Young Award–winning season, and the Yankees won 100 games.

    The Greatest Game

  • So many elements made this game a classic before the first pitch was ever thrown: On the line was a trip to the World Series; the starting pitchers, Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez, two of the greatest pitchers of the era, brought a combined nine Cy Young Awards to the party; and the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, bitter rivals for the past century.

    One Season

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