1956 was the first year for the Cy Young Award.
The first winner of the Cy Young Award was Brooklyn Dodger, Don Newcombe in 1956.
Jim Lonborg Was the first Boston Red Sox pitcher to win the Cy Young Award. Lonborg won the award in 1967, the first year that the award was given out in both leagues.
he won the Emmy award
there was no award for the player of the tournament in 1975 year
The first Cy Young Award winner was Brooklyn Dodger, Don Newconbe, in 1956.
Steve Calton was 27 year of age when he won the 1972 Cy Young Award.
Hattie McDaniel, who won the 1939 Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as Mammy in "Gone With the Wind," was the first black to win an Academy Award.
Arthur Ashe is the first black tennis player.