Was Cy Young a good pitcher?
Yes Cy Young was a very very very good pitcher.
The Cy Young Award is the Baseball award for the best pitcher in each league. It is named after Cy Young, arguably the greatest pitcher of all time.
Cy Young was a pitcher.
The 1957 Cy Young Award winner was Milwaukee Braves pitcher Warren Spahn.
The best pitcher in each league wins the Cy Young Award.
"The Cy Young" or "Cy Young Award" is an award named after the turn of the century pitching great Cy Young, given out annually to the best pitcher in both the National, and American Leagues.
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As of the 2008 season, no Cincinnati pitcher has won the Cy Young Award.
Since the Cy Young Award was created in 1956, the answer below is the pitcher whose career started after 1955 that has the most wins but no Cy Young Award. It is a tie between Don Sutton and Nolan Ryan who both had 324 career wins but no Cy Young Award.
The only rookie pitcher to win the Cy Young award was Fernando Valenzuela in 1981. He was also named Rookie of the Year.
Roger Clemens won 7 Cy Young Awards, and is the only pitcher to have won at least 6 times.
Cy Young, major league leader in Wins and Losses: Every year the Cy Young award is given out to the top pitcher in each league. == Answer == Cy Young was right handed. I don't know of a lefty with an award named after him.
Cy Young was credited with 316 losses in his career, the most losses for a pitcher in MLB history.
the cy young award is given to the pitcher of the year in the national league and the American league
The all-time winningest pitcher in MLB is Cy Young with 511 wins. In his honor, the Cy Young Award was created in 1956.
Cy Young was a pitcher that won 511 games. He did play first base 5 times in his career.
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Fernando Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Dodgers won the National League Cy Young Award in 1981.
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It is given to the best pitcher. One in the AL, and one in the NL. The award was named after 511 game winner CY Young.
Kansas City Royals pitcher Zack Greinke won the 2009 American League Cy Young Award.
Every body knows CY YOUNG was the best pitcher to ever hit the mound!!!
Cy Young. He also holds the record for the most losses as a pitcher.
obviously its Cy young[who else]
Jim Lonborg Was the first Boston Red Sox pitcher to win the Cy Young Award. Lonborg won the award in 1967, the first year that the award was given out in both leagues.
The most Cy Young awards won by a pitcher is 7 by Roger Clemens: 1986, 1987, 1991, 1997, 1998, 2001, and 2004
Koufax won three Cy Young Awards, 1963, 1965 and 1966. Starting in 1956 when the Cy Young Award was created, only one award was presented for the entire Major Leagues. After 1966, both the American and National Leagues presented Cy Young Awards.
Don Newcombe (1956)
No. Ryan's best finish in the Cy Young Award voting was 3rd in 1977. That season he was named The Sporting News American League Pitcher of the Year.
Greg Maddux (1992-1995) and Randy Johnson (1999-2002) each won four consecutive Cy Young awards.
All major league pitchers want to win the Cy Young award. It's a great honor and befitting that baseball's best pitcher of a season earns this award. Cy Young was a great pitcher and from 1890 he began a string of fifteen 20-30 win seasons. He pitched for several MLB teams and has 511 wins.
Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers: ROY - 1949 MVP - 1956 Cy Young - 1956 also justin verlander ROY - 2006 MVP - 2011 Cy Young - 2011
Denton True "Cy" Young, the best pitcher in Baseball history. "Cy" was his nickname. It came from a tryout he had with a Canton minor league team. The manager said he was "As fast as a Cyclone". Cyclone was eventually shortened to Cy. and thus a baseball legend was born.
The first Cy Young Award was given out in 1956, in honor of Cy Young who passed away the year before. One Award was given out to the best pitcher in the Major Leagues until 1967 when a one winner was chosen in each the American, and National league. The Cy Young award is voted on by members of the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Each year in the MLB an award is given out to the best pitcher in each league(the American League, and the National League) called the Cy Young award(named after a great pitcher in the 1900's). The winners of the two Cy Young awards for the 2010 season were Roy Halladay, and Felix Hernandez.
Cy Young was a pitcher in the early years of Major League Baseball. He still holds many records including most career wins and most career losses.
The first Cy Young Award was given out in 1956, in honor of Cy Young who passed away the year before. One Award was given out to the best pitcher in the Major Leagues until 1967 when a one winner was chosen in each the American, and National league.
That would be Cy Young, with 511 career victories.
Tom Glavine in 1998.
Cy Young, who pitched between 1890-1911, holds the MLB record for career victories by a pitcher with 511.
MLB pitcher Cy Young was born on March 29, 1867 and died on November 4, 1955. Cy Young would have been 88 years old at the time of his death. Olympic gold medal javelin thrower Cy C. Young Jr. was 89 years old when he died on December 6, 2017 (born July 23, 1928).
The last pitcher for the White Sox to win the Cy Young Award was Jack McDowell in 1993. Other pitchers from the White Sox to have won the Cy Young Award are LaMarr Hoyt in 1983 and Early Wynn in 1959.
Roy Halladay is a Starting Pitcher for the Philadepphia Phillies. He is one of few pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues.
From 1956 to 1966 there was no difference in AL and NL Cy Young Awards, only one pitcher would win in those years. Future Hall of Famer Warren Spahn on the Milwaukee Braves won the Cy Young Award of 1957. He was 21-11 with 3 saves, an ERA of 2.69 and 111 strikeouts. He was the first left-handed pitcher to win the award.
Dean Chance in 1964 and Bartolo Colon in 2005.
Cy Young - 511 wins between 1890-1911.