Zack Greinke: A Look Back at His 2009 Cy Young Season

Posted: 23rd November 2009 by Bill Robbins in MLB
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As you might have heard, we have a brand new Cy Young award winner that happens to pitch for the Kansas City Royals. His name is none other than Zack Greinke. Greinke won the award last week after turning on one of the best pitching seasons that Royals fans have seen since the days of Brett Saberhagen and David Cone. With the award, he became just the third K.C. pitcher to win the prestigious award. The other two of course, being the aforementioned Saberhagen and Cone. Now, let's talk about Mr. Greinke's season for a minute. Greinke posted the lowest ERA by a starting AL pitcher since Pedro Martinez's breakout season in 2000, which saw him post a microscopic 1.74 ERA. Zack continuously mowed down batter after batter at times, and seemingly looked pretty close to un-hitable. He did this ...

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