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Named for baseball's greatest pitcher, the Cy Young Award was first presented after the 1956 season. From 1956 to 1966, there was only one winner for both major leagues.

1956 -- Don Newcombe, Brooklyn Dodgers (National League).

1957 -- Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Braves (National League).

1958 -- Bob Turley, New York Yankees (American League).

1959 -- Early Wynn, Chicago White Sox (American League).

1960 -- Vernon Law, Pittsburgh Pirates (National League).

1961 -- Whitey Ford, New York Yankees (American League).

1962 -- Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers (National League).

1963 -- Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers (National League).

1964 -- Dean Chance, Los Angeles Angels (American League).

1965 -- Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers (National League).

1966 -- Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers (National League).

Starting in 1967, a Cy Young winner was selected from each league:

1967 -- Mike McCormick, San Francisco Giants (NL); Jim Lonborg, Boston Red Sox (AL)

1968 -- Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals (NL); Denny McLain, Detroit Tigers (AL).

1969 -- Tom Seaver, New York Mets (NL); Mike Cuellar, Baltimore Orioles and Denny McLain, Detroit Tigers (AL).

1970 -- Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals (NL); Jim Perry, Minnesota Twins (AL).

1971 -- Ferguson Jenkins, Chicago Cubs (NL); Vida Blue, Oakland A's (AL).

1972 -- Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Gaylord Perry, Cleveland Indians (AL).

1973 -- Tom Seaver, New York Mets (NL); Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles (AL).

1974 -- Mike Marshall, Los Angeles Dodgers (NL); Jim Hunter, Oakland A's (AL).

1975 -- Tom Seaver, New York Mets (NL); Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles (AL).

1976 -- Randy Jones, San Diego Padres (NL); Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles (AL).

1977 -- Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Sparky Lyle, New York Yankees (AL).

1978 -- Gaylord Perry, San Diego Padres (NL); Ron Guidry, New York Yankees (AL).

1979 -- Bruce Sutter, Chicago Cubs (NL); Mike Flanagan, Baltimore Orioles (AL).

1980 -- Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Steve Stone, Baltimore Orioles (AL).

1981 -- Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles Dodgers (NL); Rollie Fingers, Milwaukee Brewers (AL).

1982 -- Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Pete Vuckovich, Milwaukee Brewers (AL).

1983 -- John Denny, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); LaMarr Hoyt, Chicago White Sox (AL).

1984 -- Rick Sutcliffe, Chicago Cubs (NL); Willie Hernandez, Detriot Tigers (AL).

1985 -- Dwight Gooden, New York Mets (NL); Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Royals (AL).

1986 -- Mike Scott, Houston Astros (NL); Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox (AL).

1987 -- Steve Bedrosian, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox (AL).

1988 -- Orel Hersheiser, Los Angeles Dodgers (NL); Frank Viola, Minnesota Twins (AL).

1989 -- Mark Davis, San Diego Padres (NL); Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Royals (AL).

1990 -- Doug Drabek, Pittsburgh Pirates (NL); Bob Welch, Oakland A's (AL).

1991 -- Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves (NL); Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox (AL).

1992 -- Greg Maddux, Chicago Cubs (NL); Dennis Eckersley, Oakland A's (AL).

1993 -- Greg Maddux, Atlanta Braves (NL); Jack McDowell, Chicago White Sox (AL).

1994 -- Greg Maddux, Atlanta Braves (NL); David Cone, Kansas City Royals (AL).

1995 -- Greg Maddux, Atlanta Braves (NL); Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners (AL).

1996 -- John Smolz, Atlanta Braves (NL); Pat Hentgen, Toronto Blue Jays (AL).

1997 -- Pedro Martinez, Montreal Expos (NL); Roger Clemens, Toronto Blue Jays (AL).

1998 -- Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves (NL); Roger Clemens, Toronto Blue Jays (AL).

1999 -- Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks (NL); Pedro Martinez, Boston Red Sox (AL).

2000 -- Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks (NL); Pedro Martinez, Boston Red Sox (AL).

2001 -- Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks (NL); Roger Clemens, New York Yankees (AL).

2002 -- Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks (NL); Barry Zito, Oakland A's (AL).

2003 -- Eric Gagne, Los Angeles Dodgers (NL); Roy Halladay, Toronto Blue Jays (AL).

2004 -- Roger Clemens, Houston Astros (NL); Johan Santana, Minnesota Twins (AL).

2005 -- Chris Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals (NL); Bartolo Colon, Los Angeles Angels (AL).

2006 -- Brandon Webb, Arizona Diamondbacks (NL); Johan Santana, Minnesota Twins (AL).

2007 -- Jake Peavy, San Diego Padres (NL); C.C. Sabathia, Cleveland Indians (AL).

2008 -- Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants (NL); Cliff Lee, Cleveland Indians (AL).

2009 -- Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants (NL); Zack Greinke, Kansas City Royals (AL).

2010 -- Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies (NL); Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners (AL).