Saturday, November 9, 2013

This Day In New York Yankees History 11/9

On this day in 2004, after coming out of retirement, Roger Clemens became the oldest pitcher to ever win a Cy Young Award. Clemens went 18-4 in 218 innings while throwing to a 2.98 ERA for the Yankees in his age 42 season. This would be Roger's seventh Cy Young award and would become the first player to ever win it with four teams including the Yankees, Astros, Red Sox, and Blue Jays.

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Sorry for the Capatcha... Blame the Russians :)