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September 27, 2011
Of the 18 teams that have had two players win the MVP and Cy Young Award in the same season, 17 have finished first in the league or division. And the 18th, the 1962 Dodgers, finished the 162-game season tied with San Francisco before losing to the Giants in a three-game playoff. If Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw were to win this season, it would be the first time players from a team out of contention were so honored. Year; MVP; Cy Young; Team 1957—Henry Aaron; Warren Spahn; Braves 1959—Nellie Fox ;Early Wynn; White Sox 1960—Dick Groat; Vern Law; Pirates 1961—Roger Maris; Whitey Ford; Yankees 1962—Maury Wills; Don Drysdale; Dodgers 1967—Carl Yastrzemski; Jim Lonborg; Red Sox 1974—Steve Garvey; Mike Marshall; Dodgers 1980—Mike Schmidt; Steve Carlton; Phillies 1982—Robin Yount; Pete Vuckovich; Brewers 1984—Ryne Sandberg; Rick Sutcliffe; Cubs 1988—Kirk Gibson; Orel Hershiser; Dodgers 1990—Rickey Henderson; Bob Welch; A's 1990—Barry Bonds; Doug Drabek; Pirates 1991—Terry Pendleton; Tom Glavine; Braves 1993—Frank Thomas; Jack McDowell; White Sox 2002—Miguel Tejada; Barry Zito; A's 2005—Albert Pujols; Chris Carpenter; Cardinals 2006—Justin Morneau; Johan Santana; Twins
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July 30, 1986 | Associated Press
Three-time collegiate All-American Val Rosas of Buena Park scored the biggest victory of his career by winning the gold medal in archery at the U.S. Olympic Festival Tuesday. Rosas, who entered the final round in fourth place, upset two-time Olympic champion Darrell Pace and seven-time national titlist Rick McKinney. He shot a perfect 60 for six arrows to start the 30-meter portion and finished with 89 points.
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