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On This Day In History | 2001

November 15, 2012

Clemens deals in 2001

On this day 11 years ago Roger Clemens won a record 6th Cy Young Award after a remarkable season.  He bested Oakland’s Mark Mulder by a vote of 122-60 to become the Yanks’ first Cy Young winner since Ron Guidry in 1978.

In his best year in pinstripes, Clemens became the first pitcher in history to start 20-1, was an all-star for the 8th time, and led the league with an .870 winning percentage, finishing with a 20-3 mark for his 6th 20-win season.

Clemens’ 2001 Statistics

20-3 | 3.51 ERA | 220.1 IP | 205 H | 94 R | 86 ER | 72 BB | 213 SO | 1.257 WHIP | 8.4 H/9 | 8.7 SO/9

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