On November 1, 1978 — New York Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry is the unanimous choice for the 1978 American League Cy Young Award. Guidry dominated the league, he led the league in wins (25), winning percentage (.893), shutouts (9), and ERA (1.74).

Mike Caldwell and Jim Palmer the runners-up for the prestigious pitching award.

 

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