On November 28, 1957 — Warren Spahn of the Milwaukee Braves wins the Cy Young Award as the major leagues’ top pitcher almost unanimously. His only competition for the title is Dick Donovan, of the Chicago White Sox, who receives one vote.

Spahn had a record of 21-11 with 18 complete games and 4 shutouts, and collected 111 SO’s while pitching in 271 innings and ending with a 2.69 ERA,

 

 

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