Warren Spahn of the Braves
From 1956 to 1966 there was no difference in AL and NL Cy Young Awards, only one pitcher would win in those years. Future Hall of Famer Warren Spahn on the Milwaukee Braves won the Cy Young Award of 1957. He was 21-11 with 3 saves, an ERA of 2.69 and 111 strikeouts. He was the first left-handed pitcher to win the award.
1957 while pitching for the Milwaukee Braves.
Lew Burdette of the Milwaukee Braves won the World Series MVP award in 1957.
Lew Burdette has: Played Himself - Guest in "The Steve Allen Show" in 1956. Played Himself - Braves in "The Steve Allen Show" in 1956. Played Himself - NL Pitcher in "1957 MLB All-Star Game" in 1957. Played Himself - Milwaukee Braves Pitcher in "1957 World Series" in 1957. Played Himself - Milwaukee Braves Pitcher in "1958 World Series" in 1958. Played himself in "100 Years of the World Series" in 2003.
Warren Spahn, in 1957.
Once in 1957
The Milwaukee Braves
Three. They won as the Atlanta Braves in 1995, the Milwaukee Braves in 1957, and the Boston Braves in 1914.
Freedom Award was created in 1957.
They've won three. 1914 as the Boston Braves, 1957 as the Milwaukee Braves, and 1995 as the Atlanta Braves.
No. The Milwaukee Braves played (and defeated) the New York Yankees in 1957, in the World Series.