By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer has won the Cy Young Award once again. This is the third-time that he has won the Award — and the second straight.
Scherzer received 27 of the 30 first-place votes. Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw received the other three.
Scherzer’s Nationals teammate Stephen Strasburg finished third in the balloting.
Kershaw was the last pitcher to win back-to-back Cy Young Awards in 2012 and 2013. Scherzer is also the 10th pitcher, who has won three or more Cy Young Awards.
Scherzer had a 2.51 ERA and led the NL with 268 strikeouts. The 33-year-old went 16-6 in 31 starts with two complete games. He also allowed 55 walks in 200 2/3 innings.
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