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Zac Gallen places third in NL Cy Young Award voting


is the ultimate competitor, who is never satisfied with his performance and hates losing. But the Diamondbacks pitcher took news of finishing third in the NL Cy Young Award voting in stride because the season was a smashing success for his team. Gallen ranked first on one ballot, getting three second-place votes and 11 third-place votes. (MLB.com)

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Zac Gallen places third in NL Cy Young Award voting


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