Philadelphia Phillies: 5 Reasons Roy Oswalt Will Win Cy Young Award This Season

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Philadelphia Phillies: 5 Reasons Roy Oswalt Will Win Cy Young Award This Season
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After assembling what many are considering to be the greatest rotation of all time with Halladay, Hamels, Lee and Oswalt, Philadelphia has never been more excited for any season in its entire 121-year history and for good reason.

Behind an All-Star lineup with potential Hall of Famers in Chase Utley and Ryan Howard, the Four Horsemen boast a resume that includes 10 top five finishes in Cy Young award voting, three actual Cy Young awards, 13 All-Star selections, six 20-win seasons, three postseason MVP awards and a 20-8 postseason record.

Doc Halladay proved last year that his lack of postseason experience did not mean a thing as he threw a no-hitter in his first-ever playoff start. Cliff Lee's postseason resume includes a 7-2 record, with a 2.13 ERA and 80 strikeouts in 76 IP. Cole Hamels was the World Series MVP. But here are five reasons why Roy Oswalt will win the Cy Young.

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