Who's the NL Cy Young winner?
Roy Halladay was selected as the unanimous winner of the NL Cy Young on Tuesday. Before the announcement, our panel of 74 ESPN baseball experts, made their selections. Their totals are listed below. Who gets your vote?
Halladay, who also won the 2003 AL Cy Young, became the fifth pitcher to win a Cy Young in both leagues. The others are Roger Clemens, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and Gaylord Perry.
|Roy Halladay, RHP, Philadelphia|
|The Phillies acquired Halladay to be their ace, and he was in every way. He led the NL in wins, innings pitched, complete games and shutouts, was second in WHIP and strikeouts, and third in ERA.|
|Tim Hudson, RHP, Atlanta|
|Two years after Tommy John surgery, Hudson was back to his old self in 2010, winning the NL Comeback Player of the Year award. He ranked fourth in wins and innings pitched and was sixth in ERA.|
|HONORABLE MENTION: Yovani Gallardo, RHP, Milwaukee; Ubaldo Jimenez, RHP, Colorado; Josh Johnson, RHP, Florida; Clayton Kershaw, LHP, L.A. Dodgers; Tim Lincecum, RHP, San Francisco; Roy Oswalt, RHP, Houston/Philadelphia; Adam Wainwright, RHP, St. Louis.|
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