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Cy Young
Cy Young - Notable Historical Events

Cy YoungMay 1, 1891

Whitey FordNov 8, 1961

Roger ClemensNov 12, 1986

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Cy Young - Historical Events
Date Event
1891-05-01

Cy Young pitches 1st game played in Cleveland's League Park Cleveland Spiders 12, Cincinnati Redlegs 3

1901-07-12

Cy Young wins his 300th game

1904-05-05

Cy Young of Boston pitches perfect game against Phila A's (3-0)

1908-06-30

Boston's Cy Young's 2nd no-hitter, beats NY Highlanders, 8-0

1908-08-13

Cy Young Day in Boston, he pitches briefly against an All-Star team

1909-02-18

Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young, at 41, to Cleveland Naps

1910-07-19

Cleveland Indian baseball player Cy Young registers 500th career victory against Washington 5-4 in 11 innings

1911-09-12

Boston's Cy Young vs Christy Mathewson of Giants, Giants win 9-0

1911-09-22

Cy Young beats Pitts 1-0 for his final career victory, number 511

1911-10-06

Cy Young's farewell appearance in a major league game is a letdown as he loses to Brooklyn 13-3 in a Braves uniform in his 906th game

1912-03-15

Pitcher Cy Young retires from baseball with 511 wins

1921-07-29

Cleveland's 125th anniversary celebration: Cy Young, 54, pitches 2 inn

1937-01-19

Cy Young, Tris Speaker & Nap Lajorie elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1956-07-06

Ford Frick inaugurates Cy Young Award, to honor to outstanding pitcher

1956-11-21

Don Newcombe, wins NL MVP & 1st-ever Cy Young Award

1957-11-28

Warren Spahn of the Braves wins Cy Young Award

1958-11-12

Bob Turley of Yankees wins Cy Young Award

1960-11-03

Pittsburgh Pirates' Vern Law wins Cy Young Award

1961-11-08

Whitey Ford is voted Cy Young Award winner over Warren Spahn

1962-11-15

Don Drysdale wins Cy Young Award

1963-10-24

Sandy Koufax is unanimous winner of Cy Young Award

1965-11-03

Sandy Koufax wins NL Cy Young Award unanimously

1966-11-01

Sandy Koufax becomes 1st 3-time Cy Young Award winner

1967-10-31

SF's Mike McCormick wins NL Cy Young Award

1967-11-03

Boston's Jim Lonborg wins AL Cy Young

1968-07-24

Hoyt Wilhelm's 907th breaks Cy Young's record for pitching appearances

1968-11-01

Detroit Tiger Denny McLain unanimously wins AL Cy Young Award

1969-10-29

Tom Seaver voted NL Cy Young Award

1969-11-06

1st Cy Young Award tie (Mike Cuellar, Balt & Denny McLain, Det)

1970-02-19

AL Cy Young winner Denny McLain suspended for bookmaking

1970-08-11

Jim Bunning becomes 2nd (Cy Young) to win 100 games in both leagues

1970-11-03

Bob Gibson wins NL Cy Young Award

1970-11-06

Twins Jim Perry wins AL Cy Young Award

1972-10-31

Gaylord Perry wins AL Cy Young award

1972-11-02

Phillies' Steve Carlton wins unanimous NL Cy Young Award

1973-10-30

Tom Seaver becomes 1st non-20-game winner to win Cy Young award

1973-10-31

Tom Seaver wins NL Cy Young Award

1973-11-14

Jim Palmer is named AL Cy Young winner

1974-10-30

Catfish Hunter is named AL Cy Young Award

1974-11-06

Dodger Mike Marshall is 1st relief pitcher to win Cy Young Award

1975-11-04

Orioles Jim Palmer wins his 2nd Cy Young Award

1975-11-12

NY Mets Tom Seaver wins his 3rd Cy Young Award

1976-11-02

SD Padre Randy Jones wins NL Cy Young

1976-11-05

Balt Jim Palmer wins AL Cy Young Award

1977-11-02

Phillies' Steve Carlton wins 2nd Cy Young Award

1978-01-25

Padres trade pitcher Dave Tomlin & $125,000 to Rangers for Gaylord Perry (He wins 1978 Cy Young Award)

1978-10-25

Padres Gaylord Perry is 1st to win Cy Young in both leagues (NL)

1978-11-01

NY Yankee Ron Guidry unanimously wins AL Cy Young Award

1979-10-31

Mike Flanagan, wins AL Cy Young Award

1979-11-07

Cub reliever Bruce Sutter wins NL Cy Young Award

1980-11-04

Steve Carlton wins 3rd NL Cy Young Awards

1980-11-12

Baltimore's Steve Stone wins AL Cy Young Award

1981-11-03

Brewers reliever Rollie Fingers wins AL Cy Young Award

1981-11-06

Fernando Valenzuela is 1st rookie to win a Cy Young Award

1981-11-11

Fernando Valenzuela is 1st rookie ever to win a Cy Young Award

1982-10-26

Steve Carlton became 1st pitcher to win 4 Cy Young awards

1982-11-03

Pete Vuckovich becomes Milwaukee's 2nd consecutive AL Cy Young

1984-10-23

Cubs Rick Sutcliffe, selected as a unanimous choice as NL Cy Young

1984-10-30

Tigers reliever Willie Hernandez wins AL Cy Young Award

1985-11-13

Dwight Gooden, youngest 20 game winner, wins Cy Young award

1985-11-18

Dwight Gooden (NL) & Bret Saberhagen (AL) win Cy Young

1986-11-06

Houston's Mike Scott (18-10) wins NL Cy Young

1986-11-11

Houston's Astro Mike Scott (18-10) wins NL Cy Young Award

1986-11-12

Roger Clemens wins AL Cy Young Award unanimously

1987-11-10

Steve Bedrosian edges Rick Sutcliffe 57-55 to win NL Cy Young Award

1987-11-11

Roger Clemens wins consecutive Cy Young Awards

1988-11-10

Orel Hershiser (23-8) is a unanimous choice as NL Cy Young Award

1989-07-31

Twins trade AL Cy Young Award winner Frank Viola to Mets

1989-08-28

1st regular-season matchup of defending Cy Young Award winners

1989-11-14

Padres reliever Mark Davis wins NL Cy Young Award

1989-11-15

Bret Saberhagen wins AL Cy Young Award

1990-11-13

Oakland's Bob Welch wins AL Cy Young Award

1990-11-14

Doug Drabek (22-6) wins NL Cy Young Award

1991-02-14

NL Cy Young winner Doug Drabek wins record $3 mil salary arbitration

1991-11-12

Atlanta Brave Tom Glavine wins NL Cy Young Award

1991-11-13

Boston Red Sox Roger Clemens wins AL Cy Young Award

1996-11-11

Braves' John Smoltz wins NL Cy Young Award

1996-11-12

Toronto's Pat Hentgen wins AL Cy Young Award

1997-11-11

Roger Clemens wins his 4th AL Cy Young Award

1997-11-12

Pedro Martinez wins NL Cy Young Award

2016-11-17

Cy Young Award: Max Scherzer Wins in NL and Rick Porcello Wins in AL

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Cy Young - Birthdays
Date Event
1867-03-29

Cy Young [Denton True Young], Gilmore Ohio, American baseball pitcher (most wins in MLB history)

1867-03-29

Cy Young, Episode dated 13 April 1955

1935-11-09

Bob Gibson, Cardinal pitcher (Cy Young/NL MVP 1968)

1935-12-30

Sandy Koufax, Dodger pitcher (Cy Young '63, '65, '66, perfect-1967)

1936-07-23

Don Drysdale [Donald Scott], Van Nuys, California, American MLB player (LA Dodgers-Cy Young 1962)

1938-09-15

Gaylord Perry, baseball player (1972 AL Cy Young winner)

1938-09-29

Mike McCormick, MLB Pitcher (SF Giants, Cy Young 1967)

1941-12-05

Cy Young, Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow

1943-01-15

Mike Marshall, MLB pitcher (1974 Cy Young Award)

1944-07-22

Sparky Lyle, relief pitcher (NY Yankees, Cy Young)

1944-11-17

Tom Seaver, Fresno, California, American MLB pitcher (NY Met, 300 game winner, Cy Young '69 '73 '75)

1944-12-22

Steve Carlton, Phillies' pitcher (Cy Young '72, '77, '80, '82)

1946-08-25

Rollie Fingers, relief pitcher (Oakland Athletics, MVP/Cy Young-1981)

1949-07-28

Vida Blue, major-league pitcher (Cy Young & AL MVP 1971)

1950-08-28

Ron "Louisiana Lightning" Guidry, Yankee pitcher (Cy Young 1978)

1955-11-14

Willie Hernandez, pitcher (Cy Young Award)

1960-04-19

Frank Viola, Hempstead NY, pitcher (Twins, Mets/Cy Young-1988)

1966-03-25

Tom Glavine, Concord MA, pitcher (Atlanta Braves, Cy Young 1991)

1967-05-15

John Smoltz, Detroit MI, pitcher (Atlanta Braves, 1996 Cy Young)

Cy Young - Deaths
Date Event
1955-11-04

Cy Young, American baseball player (b. 1867)

1955-11-04

Cy Young, pitcher and MLB all-time wins leader, dies at 88

1955-11-04

Cy Young, Episode dated 13 April 1955

2013-10-12

Cy Young, Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow


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