2016 NL Cy Young Award Candidates
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Arrieta beat out Greinke and Kershaw in the end but if it was any other year, there’s a good chance any of the other two would’ve won it. So who will be the NL Cy Young in 2016?
This year’s class will have a tough job of surpassing the statistics of last year’s finalists, but who knows?
Past Cy Young Winners
Bartolo Colón (2005 Angels; Padres): The 42-year-old Bartolo Colón will be returning to the Mets this year where he’s expected to fill that back-end rotation spot until Zack Wheeler returns in 2016. His most recent productive season was 2013 when was an All-Star.
After Wheeler returns, Colón won’t have a spot in the young Mets’ rotation and it’s highly unlikely he’ll be able to contend for the Cy Young at age 42.
Posted on February 12, 2016, in Players: Fantasy Baseball Articles and tagged 2015 NL Cy Young winner, bartolo colon, clayton kershaw, groundruletriple.com, jake arrieta, NL Cy young candidates 2016, zack greinke, zack wheeler. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on 2016 NL Cy Young Award Candidates.