On November 9 , 2004 — 2004 – Roger Clemens wins a record seventh Cy Young Award, his first as a National Leaguer, making him the oldest pitcher to win that honor. Clemens sported an 18-4 record with a 2.90 ERA in Houston. He recieves 23 of 32 first place votes. Former Astro Randy Johnson of Arizona finishes second. Clemens’ teammate Roy Oswalt, the league’s only 20-game winner, finishes third. 

 


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