Cy Young


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Noun1.Cy Young - United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955)
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Lucas Giolito would like nothing more than to win the Cy Young Award, handed out to the best pitcher in the American and National Leagues.
He's also won three Cy Young awards and finished second once.
Because the Houston Astros offered the former AL Cy Young winner a qualifying offer in November, any team that signs Keuchel would be forced to send his former team a compensatory pick in the 2019 MLB draft.
1912 - Pitcher Cy Young retires from baseball with 511 wins
Then there are the tales from the bushes: Rich Arpi brings us inside a 1914 prison in Minnesota to see the birth of the "Sisal Sox," and Bob LeMoine takes us to the farm where Cy Young retired.
Your Tablet All-Stars (if you will), are buoyed by three Hall of Famers, two Cy Young Award winners, and a slew of All-Stars.
Louis Cardinals won 4-3 to put themselves in position to sweep their first trip to Chicago since last year's NL Division Series, though it won't be easy with the major league-leading Cubs sending reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta to the mound.
Cy Young winner Dallas Keuchel and reigning rookie of the year Carlos Correa make Houston the clear favorite in the West.
Over the course of 15 major league seasons, Charlie O'Brien was the battery-mate to 13 baseball pitchers who won the Cy Young Award, presented each year by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
The author spotlights prominent players like Cy Young as well as some unknowns.
NEW YORK -- Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was a unanimous choice for his third NL Cy Young Award, and Cleveland's Corey Kluber edged Seattle's Felix Hernandez to win the AL honor for the first time.
That's 660 cards featuring veterans, rookies, more future stars, the 2013 award winners--MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie of the Year--as well as your favorite All-Stars.