On March 1, 1967 — Commissioner General William Eckert approves the BBWAA’s plan to select a Cy Young Award recipient from both the National League and American League. The honor, initiated in 1956, had been given to just one pitcher in the major leagues each season, a position strongly supported by former commissioner Ford Frick.

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