Clayton Kershaw and Biggest Landslide MLB Award Races of the Last 25 Years

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Clayton Kershaw and Biggest Landslide MLB Award Races of the Last 25 Years
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Since he reached the MLB, Clayton Kershaw has been dominating opposing hitters. He picked up the National League Cy Young award in 2011 and finished second to R.A. Dickey last year.

It seems fairly certain that Kershaw will win his second career Cy Young award this season. Kershaw was already voted as the top pitcher in the National League by his fellow players, as reported by Dylan Hernandez of The Los Angeles Times.

The Los Angeles Dodgers ace posted a sub-2.00 ERA (1.83) and also led the NL with 232 strikeouts. He should easily take home the Cy Young award in one of the bigger MLB awards voting landslides of the past 25 years.

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