Trivia Friday: Cy Young Winners Who Started A Game 7

In Mets history, they have played  in two World Series which have gone seven games. The first time was in 1973 when Jon Matlack took the mound. Thirteen years later it was Ron Darling. Despite both of them being highly touted first round picks who had good careers, neither would win a Cy Young Award.

In World Series history, there has been 17 different times a pitcher who would win a Cy Young would start Game 7 of the World Series. Can you name the pitchers? Good luck!

Bob Turley Vern Law Sandy Koufax Jim Lonborg Bob Gibson Mike Cuellar Pete Vuckovich Bret Saberhagen Frank Viola John Smoltz Roger Clemens Chris Carpenter Corey Kluber Zack Greinke Max Scherzer

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