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List of AL Cy Young Winners

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This is a plain text List of AL Cy Young Winners in the Major League Baseball). They are listed in reverse chronological order, starting with the awards first winner Jim Lonborg in 1967.

For your convenience, we’ve just included the names to make it easy for copy and pasting. The asterisk denotes when a player also won the MVP award the same year they won the AL Cy Young. In the next section we will identify just those players that won the award and the AL MVP in the same year. If you want that removed, then use the “find and replace tool” in excel after pasting it into your program.

Jim Lonborg
Denny McLain*
Mike Cuellar
Denny McLain
Jim Perry
Vida Blue*
Gaylord Perry
Jim Palmer
Catfish Hunter
Jim Palmer
Jim Palmer
Sparky Lyle
Ron Guidry
Mike Flanagan
Steve Stone
Rollie Fingers*
Pete Vuckovich
LaMarr Hoyt
Willie Hernández*
Bret Saberhagen
Roger Clemens*
Roger Clemens
Frank Viola
Bret Saberhagen
Bob Welch
Roger Clemens
Dennis Eckersley*
Jack McDowell
David Cone
Randy Johnson
Pat Hentgen
Roger Clemens
Roger Clemens
Pedro Martínez
Pedro Martínez
Roger Clemens
Barry Zito
Roy Halladay
Johan Santana
Bartolo Colón
Johan Santana
CC Sabathia
Cliff Lee
Zack Greinke
Félix Hernández
Justin Verlander*
David Price
Max Scherzer
Corey Kluber
Dallas Keuchel
Rick Porcello
Corey Kluber
Blake Snell
Justin Verlander

List of AL Cy Young Winners That Also Won The MVP In The Same Year

Here is a clean list of players that won the AL Cy Young and the AL MVP in the same year.

Denny McLain
Vida Blue
Dennis Eckersley
Justin Verlander
Willie Hernández
Rollie Fingers
Roger Clemens

List of AL Cy Young Winners and The Team They Played For

Finally, below is a list of AL Cy Young Winners and the team they played for. This list, as the original list, is in chronological order beginning with the first winner Jim Longbord who won the Cy Young when he pitched for the Boston Red Sox (1967). This list  ends with Justin Verlander who won the award in 2019.

Jim Lonborg Boston Red Sox
Denny McLain Detroit Tigers
Mike Cuellar
Baltimore Orioles
Denny McLain Detroit Tigers
Jim Perry Minnesota Twins
Vida Blue
Oakland Athletics
Gaylord Perry
Cleveland Indians
Jim Palmer
Baltimore Orioles
Catfish Hunter
Oakland Athletics
Jim Palmer
Baltimore Orioles
Jim Palmer
Baltimore Orioles
Sparky Lyle
New York Yankees
Ron Guidry
New York Yankees
Mike Flanagan
Baltimore Orioles
Steve Stone
Baltimore Orioles
Rollie Fingers
Milwaukee Brewers
Pete Vuckovich
Milwaukee Brewers
LaMarr Hoyt
Chicago White Sox
Willie Hernández Detroit Tigers
Bret Saberhagen
Kansas City Royals
Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox
Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox
Frank Viola Minnesota Twins
Bret Saberhagen
Kansas City Royals
Bob Welch
Oakland Athletics
Roger Clemens Boston Red Sox
Dennis Eckersley
Oakland Athletics
Jack McDowell
Chicago White Sox
David Cone
Kansas City Royals
Randy Johnson Seattle Mariners
Pat Hentgen
Toronto Blue Jays
Roger Clemens
Toronto Blue Jays
Roger Clemens
Toronto Blue Jays
Pedro Martínez Boston Red Sox
Pedro Martínez Boston Red Sox
Roger Clemens
New York Yankees
Barry Zito
Oakland Athletics
Roy Halladay
Toronto Blue Jays
Johan Santana Minnesota Twins
Bartolo Colón
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Johan Santana Minnesota Twins
CC Sabathia
Cleveland Indians
Cliff Lee
Cleveland Indians
Zack Greinke
Kansas City Royals
Félix Hernández Seattle Mariners
Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers
David Price Tampa Bay Rays
Max Scherzer Detroit Tigers
Corey Kluber
Cleveland Indians
Dallas Keuchel Houston Astros
Rick Porcello Boston Red Sox
Corey Kluber
Cleveland Indians
Blake Snell Tampa Bay Rays
Justin Verlander Houston Astros

 

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