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Dodgers reportedly hopeful Clayton Kershaw will return by end of August


Los Angeles already look like world-beaters without Kershaw, so his return just makes them even stronger.
Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Not that the Los Angeles Dodgers need the help, but ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw is getting closer to a return.

Kershaw threw a bullpen session over the weekend, clearing the way for him to throw in a simulated game on Wednesday. If all goes according to plan, according to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers aim to get Kershaw back on a big league mound by the end of August.

The All-Star had been throwing from flat ground last week, and everything seems to be progressing smoothly for him.

The Dodgers are doing just fine without Kershaw, who hasn’t pitched since July 23. On Sunday, they beat the San Diego Padres to move to 83-34 on the season.

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Kershaw won his third Cy Young in four years, going 21-3 with a 1.77 ERA in 27 starts. He had 239 strikeouts in only 198.1 innings and was the unanimous choice for the award.

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Kershaw won his second Cy Young Award in three years, getting 29 of 30 first-place votes. He went 16-9 with a 1.83 ERA and 232 strikeouts in 236 innings.

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The knuckleballer had a terrific season for the Mets, going 20-6 with a 2.73 ERA in 233.2 innings. He was traded to Toronto following his Cy Young campaign.

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Kershaw won his first Cy Young Award, beating out Roy Halladay with 28 first-place votes. He went 21-5 with a 2.28 ERA in 233.1 innings.

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Halladay won his second Cy Young and first in the NL. He was the unanimous choice, going 21-10 with a 2.44 ERA in 33 starts. He threw a whopping 250.2 innings.

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Lincecum won his second consecutive Cy Young, barely edging Chris Carpenter and Adam Wainwright. He went 15-7 with a 2.48 ERA and 261 strikeouts in 225.1 innings.

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title: ‘2008: Tim Lincecum’,
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Lincecum earned 27 of 32 first-place votes, with an 18-5 record and 2.62 ERA. He also fanned 265 batters in 227 innings.

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title: ‘2007: Jake Peavy’,
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The Padres ace was the unanimous choice for NL Cy Young, going 19-6 with a 2.54 ERA in 34 starts.

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title: ‘2006: Brandon Webb’,
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Arizona’s ground ball wizard edged Trevor Hoffman for the Cy Young, going 16-8 with a 3.10 ERA in 33 starts. 

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title: ‘2005: Chris Carpenter’,
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Carpenter had a great season for the Cardinals and beat out Dontrelle Willis for the Cy Young Award. He went 21-5 with a 2.83 ERA in 33 starts and totaled 241.2 innings.

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title: ‘2004: Roger Clemens’,
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Clemens won his first Cy Young Award in the NL and seventh overall, going 18-4 with a 2.98 ERA in 33 starts for the Astros. He had 218 strikeouts in 214.1 innings.

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title: ‘2003: Eric Gagne’,
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The first relief pitcher to win the NL Cy Young since Mark Davis in 1989, Gagne earned 28 of 32 first-place votes with a 1.20 ERA and 137 strikeouts in 82.1 innings for the Dodgers. He had 55 saves for the year.

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title: ‘2002: Randy Johnson’,
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The Big Unit won his fourth consecutive Cy Young Award, getting all 32 first-place votes. Johnson went 24-5 with a 2.32 ERA in 35 starts and had 334 strikeouts in 260 innings. 

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title: ‘2001: Randy Johnson’,
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Johnson won his third consecutive Cy Young, going 21-6 with a 2.49 ERA. He had 372 strikeouts in 249.2 innings.

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title: ‘2000: Randy Johnson’,
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Johnson made it two straight Cy Youngs, going 19-7 with a 2.64 ERA in 35 starts. He had 347 strikeouts in 248.2 innings.

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title: ‘1999: Randy Johnson’,
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Johnson went 17-9 with a 2.48 ERA in 35 starts for Arizona. He had 364 strikeouts in 271.2 innings.

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title: ‘1998: Tom Glavine’,
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Glavine won his second Cy Young Award despite receiving fewer first-place votes (11) than Trevor Hoffman (13). The lefty went 20-6 with a 2.47 ERA in 33 starts.

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title: ‘1997: Pedro Martinez’,
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Pedro won the Cy Young Award with Montreal, going 17-8 with a 1.90 ERA in 31 starts. He also had 305 strikeouts in 241.1 innings. He was traded to Boston following the season.

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Smoltz went 24-8 with a 2.94 ERA in 35 starts. He had 276 strikeouts in 253.2 innings for the Braves.

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Maddux won his fourth straight Cy Young and was the unanimous choice after going 19-2 with a 1.63 ERA in 28 starts. He walked only 23 batters in 209.2 innings.

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Maddux was the unanimous choice, winning his third consecutive Cy Young Award with a 16-6 record and 1.56 ERA in 25 starts. He threw 10 complete games and pitched 202 innings in a strike-shortened season.

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Maddux won his second consecutive Cy Young, going 20-10 in 36 starts with a 2.36 ERA. He threw 267 innings.

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Maddux won his first of four Cy Young Awards, going 20-11 with a 2.18 ERA in 35 starts for the Cubs. He threw 268 innings.

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Glavine won his first Cy Young after going 20-11 with a 2.55 ERA in 34 starts. He reached 246.2 innings.

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Drabek earned 23 of 24 first-place votes, going 22-6 with a  2.76 ERA in 33 starts. He had nine complete games and threw 231.1 innings.

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Davis easily won the Cy Young after converting 44 saves and posting a 1.85 ERA in 70 appearances for the Padres.

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Hershiser was the unanimous choice for the NL Cy Young, with a 23-8 record and 2.26 ERA in 267 innings. He threw 15 complete games and had eight shutouts.

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title: ‘1987: Steve Bedrosian’,
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Bedrosian beat out Rick Sutcliffe and Rick Reuschel in an extremely close race, converting 40 saves for the Phillies. He had a 2.83 ERA in 89 innings.

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Scott beat out Fernando Valenzuela for the Cy Young, going 18-10 with a 2.22 ERA in 37 games. He had 306 strikeouts in 275.1 innings for the Astros.

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Gooden was the unanimous Cy Young choice after an amazing sophomore season. He went 24-4 with a 1.53 ERA in 35 starts and finished the year with 276.2 innings.

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Sutcliffe made only 20 starts for the Cubs but was still the unanimous Cy Young Award winner, going 16-1 with a 2.69 ERA in 150.1 innings after starting the season with the Indians.

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Denny’s Cy Young win was nearly unanimous, after going 19-6 with a 2.37 ERA in 36 starts. He threw 242.2 innings.

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title: ‘1982: Steve Carlton’,
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Carlson won his fourth NL Cy Young, going 23-11 with a 3.10 ERA in 38 starts. He threw 19 complete games in total 295.2 innings.

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title: ‘1981: Fernando Valenzuela’,
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Fernando Mania came to L.A., with Valenzuela winning the NL Cy Young and Rookie of the Year. He edged Tom Seaver in the Cy Young race after going 13-7 with a 2.48 ERA in 25 starts. He finished with 192.1 innings.

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Carlton’s third Cy Young win was an easy one, garnering 23 of 24 first-place votes. He went 24-9 with a 2.34 ERA in 38 starts. He threw 304 innings for the Phillies.

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title: ‘1979: Bruce Sutter’,
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A dominant reliever for the Cubs, Sutter beat out Joe Niekro by only six points to win the Cy Young. He had a 2.22 ERA and 37 saves in 101.1 innings.

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title: ‘1978: Gaylord Perry’,
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Perry had a great year for the Padres, going 21-6 with a 2.73 ERA in 37 starts. He earned 22 of 24 first-place votes.

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Carlton won his second Cy Young, going 23-10 with a 2.64 ERA in 36 starts. He threw 283 innings.

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title: ‘1976: Randy Jones’,
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Jones was a workhorse for the Padres in 1976, going 22-14 with a 2.74 ERA in 40 starts. He threw 315.1 innings and had 25 complete games.

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Seaver won his third Cy Young Award, going 22-9 with a 2.38 ERA in 36 starts. He pitched 280.1 innings and had 15 complete games, just edging Randy Jones in the voting.

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Marshall had an incredible season out of the pen for the Dodgers, with a 2.42 ERA and 208.1 innings over 106 appearances. He converted 21 saves.

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Seaver won his second Cy Young Award, beating out Mike Marshall after going 19-10 with a 2.08 ERA in 36 starts. He threw 290 innings.

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Carlton won his first Cy Young and was the unanimous choice, going 27-10 with a 1.97 ERA in 41 starts. He threw 30 complete games and 346.1 innings for the Phillies.

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Jenkins beat out Tom Seaver for the Cy Young, going 24-13 with a 2.77 ERA in 39 starts for the Cubs. He had 30 complete games and threw 325 innings.

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Gibson won his second Cy Young in three years, going 23-7 with a 3.12 ERA in 34 starts. He had 23 complete games and threw 294 innings for the Cardinals.

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Seaver won his first Cy Young Award in 1969, going 25-7 with a 2.21 ERA in 273.1 innings for the Mets.

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title: ‘1968: Bob Gibson’,
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Gibson broke the ERA record in 1968, going 22-9 with a 1.12 ERA in 34 starts. He threw 28 complete games and 304.2 innings as the unanimous award winner.

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title: ‘1967: Mike McCormick’,
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McCormick won the Cy Young after going 22-10 with a 2.85 ERA in 262.1 innings for the Giants.

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Prior to 1967, there was only one Cy Young winner in all of MLB, not one for each league, so we’ve listed the winner each year before 1967. Koufax won in 1966, his third MLB Cy Young in four years, going 27-9 with a 1.73 ERA in 41 starts and 323 innings. He was the unanimous choice.

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title: ‘1965: Sandy Koufax’,
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The Dodgers’ ace, Koufax won his second MLB Cy Young after going 26-8 with a 2.04 ERA in 335.2 innings.

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Chance earned 17 of 20 first-place votes for the MLB Cy Young, going 20-9 with a 1.65 ERA in 278.1 innings for the Angels.

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title: ‘1963: Sandy Koufax’,
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Koufax won his first Cy Young in 1963, going 25-5 with a 1.88 ERA in 40 starts. He had 20 complete games, 11 shutouts and threw 311 innings.

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title: ‘1962: Don Drysdale’,
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Drysdale beat out Jack Sanford, Billy Pierce and Bob Purkey for the Cy Young, going 25-9 with a 2.83 ERA in 314.1 innings for the Dodgers.

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title: ‘1961: Whitey Ford’,
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Ford edged Warren Spahn and Frank Lary for the Cy Young, going 25-4 with a 3.21 ERA in 39 starts. He threw 283 innings.

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title: ‘1960: Vern Law’,
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Pirates ace Law beat out Warren Spahn, Ernie Broglio and Lindy McDaniel for the Cy Young, going 20-9 with a 3.08 ERA in 35 starts. He had 18 complete games and threw 271.2 innings.

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title: ‘1959: Early Wynn’,
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White Sox ace Wynn won the Cy Young in 1959, going 22-10 with a 3.17 ERA in 37 starts. He threw 255.2 innings.

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title: ‘1958: Bob Turley’,
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Turley got only five of 15 first-place votes but still won the Cy Young over Warren Spahn, Lew Burdette and Bob Friend. The New York ace went 21-7 with a 2.97 ERA in 245.1 innings.

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title: ‘1957: Warren Spahn’,
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Spahn earned 15 of 16 first-place votes, going 21-11 with a 2.69 ERA in 271 innings. He threw 18 complete games.

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Newcombe won the Cy Young, going 27-7 with a 3.06 ERA in 268 innings for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

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