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who wins cy young awards?

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  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    NL-Tim Lincecum

    AL-Justin Verlander or Josh Beckket

    A Cy Young is awarded to the best pitcher in both leagues

    P.S you should really be more specific about you questions

  • mags
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Pitchers

  • 1 decade ago

    Good Pitchers

  • red
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Pitchers that play in the MLB win Cy Youngs, but they have to be the best.

    I think Matt Cain will win for the NL, and Zach Grienke will win for the AL.

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  • 123456
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    1 decade ago

    Good pitchers. The best in both leagues.

  • luigi
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    1 decade ago

    Pitchers, the best in each league. Last years winners were Cliff Lee and Tim Lincecum

  • 1 decade ago

    Pitchers.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The best pitcher in each league.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The best pitcher in each league.

  • Mostly, Starting Pitchers, but if a reliever puts astounding numbers up, he is eligible as well.

    LAST AL RELIEVER TO WIN

    - DENNIS ECKERSLEY (7-1, 1.91 ERA, 51 SAVES)

    LAST NL RELIEVER TO WIN

    - ERIC GAGNE (2-3, 1.20 ERA, 55 SAVES)

    (as you know, Gagne went on to set the consecutive saves record at 84)

    ALL CY YOUNGERS

    Winners

    [edit] Major Leagues combined (1956–1966)

    Roger Clemens, seven-time winner

    Year ↓ Pitcher ↓ Team ↓ Record[B] ↓ Saves[C] ↓ ERA ↓

    1956 Don Newcombe Brooklyn Dodgers (NL) 27–7 0 3.06

    1957 Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves (NL) 21–11 3 2.69

    1958 Bob Turley New York Yankees (AL) 21–7 1 2.97

    1959 Early Wynn Chicago White Sox (AL) 22–10 0 3.17

    1960 Vern Law Pittsburgh Pirates (NL) 20–9 0 3.08

    1961 Whitey Ford New York Yankees (AL) 25–4 0 3.21

    1962 Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) 25–9 1 2.84

    1963 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) 25–5 0 1.88

    1964 Dean Chance Los Angeles Angels (AL) 20–9 4 1.65

    1965 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) 26–8 2 2.04

    1966 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) 27–9 0 1.73

    [edit] National League (1967–present)

    Greg Maddux, four-time winner

    John Smoltz, one-time winner

    Pedro Martínez, three-time winner

    Tim Lincecum, one-time winner

    Year ↓ Pitcher ↓ Team ↓ Record[B] ↓ Saves[C] ↓ ERA ↓

    1967 Mike McCormick San Francisco Giants 22–10 0 2.85

    1968 Bob Gibson St. Louis Cardinals 22–9 0 1.12

    1969 Tom Seaver New York Mets 25–7 0 2.21

    1970 Bob Gibson St. Louis Cardinals 23–7 0 3.12

    1971 Ferguson Jenkins Chicago Cubs 24–13 0 2.77

    1972 Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 27–10 0 1.98

    1973 Tom Seaver New York Mets 19–10 0 2.08

    1974 Mike Marshall Los Angeles Dodgers 15–12 21 2.42

    1975 Tom Seaver New York Mets 22–9 0 2.38

    1976 Randy Jones San Diego Padres 22–14 0 2.74

    1977 Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 23–10 0 2.64

    1978 Gaylord Perry San Diego Padres 21–6 0 2.73

    1979 Bruce Sutter Chicago Cubs 6–6 37 2.22

    1980 Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 24–9 0 2.34

    1981 Fernando Valenzuela Los Angeles Dodgers 13–7 0 2.48

    1982 Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 23–11 0 3.11

    1983 John Denny Philadelphia Phillies 19–6 0 2.37

    1984 Rick Sutcliffe Chicago Cubs 16–1 0 2.69

    1985 Dwight Gooden New York Mets 24–4 0 1.53

    1986 Mike Scott Houston Astros 18–10 0 2.22

    1987 Steve Bedrosian Philadelphia Phillies 5–3 40 2.83

    1988 Orel Hershiser Los Angeles Dodgers 23–8 1 2.26

    1989 Mark Davis San Diego Padres 4–3 44 1.85

    1990 Doug Drabek Pittsburgh Pirates 22–6 0 2.76

    1991 Tom Glavine Atlanta Braves 20–11 0 2.55

    1992 Greg Maddux Chicago Cubs 20–11 0 2.18

    1993 Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 20–10 0 2.36

    1994 Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 16–6 0 1.56

    1995 Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 19–2 0 1.63

    1996 John Smoltz Atlanta Braves 24–8 0 2.94

    1997 Pedro Martínez Montreal Expos 17–8 0 1.90

    1998 Tom Glavine Atlanta Braves 20–6 0 2.47

    1999 Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 17–9 0 2.49

    2000 Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 19–7 0 2.64

    2001 Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 21–6 0 2.49

    2002 Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 24–5 0 2.32

    2003 Éric Gagné Los Angeles Dodgers 2–3 55 1.20

    2004 Roger Clemens Houston Astros 18–4 0 2.98

    2005 Chris Carpenter St. Louis Cardinals 21–5 0 2.83

    2006 Brandon Webb Arizona Diamondbacks 16-8 0 3.10

    2007 Jake Peavy San Diego Padres 19–6 0 2.54

    2008 Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants 18–5 0 2.62

    [edit] American League (1967–present)

    Jack McDowell, one-time winner

    Barry Zito, one-time winner

    Johan Santana, two-time winner

    Year ↓ Pitcher ↓ Team ↓ Record[B] ↓ Saves[C] ↓ ERA ↓

    1967 Jim Lonborg Boston Red Sox 22–9 0 3.16

    1968 Denny McLain Detroit Tigers 31–6 0 1.96

    1969 Mike Cuellar

    Denny McLain Baltimore Orioles

    Detroit Tigers 23–11

    24–9 0

    0 2.38

    2.80

    1970 Jim Perry Minnesota Twins 24–12 0 3.04

    1971 Vida Blue Oakland Athletics 24–8 0 1.82

    1972 Gaylord Perry Cleveland Indians 24–16 1 1.92

    1973 Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 22–9 1 2.40

    1974 Catfish Hunter Oakland Athletics 25–12 0 2.49

    1975 Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 23–11 1 2.09

    1976 Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 22–13 0 2.51

    1977 Sparky Lyle New York Yankees 13–5 26 2.17

    1978 Ron Guidry New York Yankees 25–3 0 1.74

    1979 Mike Flanagan Baltimore Orioles 23–9 0 3.08

    1980 Steve Stone Baltimore Orioles 25–7 0 3.23

    1981 Rollie Fingers Milwaukee Brewers 6–3 28 1.04

    1982 Pete Vuckovich Milwaukee Brewers 18–6 0 3.34

    1983 LaMarr Hoyt Chicago White Sox 24–10 0 3.66

    1984 Willie Hernández Detroit Tigers 9–3 32 1.92

    1985 Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals 20–6 0 2.87

    1986 Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox 24–4 0 2.48

    1987 Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox

    Source(s): WIki, Da Bishop has SPOKEN!
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