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The Astros have settled with starter Dallas Keuchel, as Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle first tweeted. Keuchel will earn $13.2MM, per Jon Heyman of FanRag (via Twitter).

Notably, the Astros have not been able to work out agreements wit a few other important players. Outfielder George Springer, reliever Ken Giles and starter Collin McHugh will file figures, Kaplan tweets, though of course it’s still possible they will settle before going to a hearing.

Keuchel, 30, posted a strong 2.90 ERA with 7.7 K/9 and 2.9 BB/9 on the year in 2017, though he was limited by injury to 145 2/3 innings. That tamped down on his earning power somewhat, though Keuchel still earns a healthy raise on his $9.15MM salary from 2017. He had been projected to earn $12.6MM by MLBTR and contributor Matt Swartz but tops that figure by $600K.

As things stand, this’ll be Keuchel’s final season in Houston. He’ll hit the open market after the 2018 campaign unless the sides are able to work out a longer-term agreement at some point.

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Keuchel edged David Price for the AL Cy Young with 22 first-place votes. The Houston starter had a breakout season, going 20-8 with a 2.48 ERA in 33 starts. He also had 216 strikeouts in 232 innings.

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Kluber beat out Felix Hernandez by only 10 points to win the Cy Young. The Indians’ ace went 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA and 269 strikeouts in 235.2 innings.

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Scherzer was a nearly unanimous choice, earning 28 of 30 first-place votes with the Tigers. He went 21-3 with a 2.90 ERA and 240 strikeouts in 214.1 innings.

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Price earned only four more points than Justin Verlander after going 20-5 with a 2.56 ERA in 31 starts. He had 205 strikeouts in 211 innings for Tampa Bay.

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Verlander was the unanimous AL Cy Young winner, going 24-5 with a 2.40 ERA in 34 starts. He threw a league-high 251 innings.

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Hernandez won the Cy Young in the age of sabermetrics, going just 13-12 but posting a 2.27 ERA in 34 starts. He had 232 strikeouts in 249.2 innings for the Mariners.

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Greinke easily won the AL Cy Young, getting 25 of 28 first-place votes. He went 16-8 with a 2.16 ERA and 242 strikeouts in 229.1 innings for the Royals.

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Lee beat out future teammate Roy Halladay for the Cy Young, going 22-3 with a 2.54 ERA in 223.1 innings for Cleveland.

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Sabathia edged Josh Beckett for the Cy Young, going 19-7 with a 3.21 ERA in 34 starts for the Indians. He had 209 strikeouts in 241 innings.

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Santana won his second Cy Young Award in three years, getting all 28 first-place votes after going 19-6 with a 2.77 ERA in 34 starts for the Twins. He had a league-leading 245 strikeouts in 233.2 innings.

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Colon won the award with the Angels, though third-place finisher Johan Santana was probably more deserving. Colon went 21-8 with a 3.48 ERA in 222.2 innings with 157 strikeouts. Santana went 16-7 with a 2.87 ERA in 33 starts, with 238 strikeouts in 231.2 innings.

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Santana was the unanimous choice after a spectacular season for the Twins, going 20-6 with a 2.61 ERA in 34 starts. He had 265 strikeouts in 228 innings.

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Halladay won his first of two career Cy Youngs, going 22-7 with a 3.25 ERA in 36 starts. He easily led the league with 266 innings.

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Zito won over Pedro Martinez, going 23-5 with a 2.75 ERA in 35 starts for Oakland. The lefty threw 229.1 innings.

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Clemens earned 21 of 28 first-place votes, going 20-3 with a 3.51 ERA in 33 starts for the Yankees. He had 213 strikeouts in 220.1 innings.

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Martinez won his second consecutive Cy Young Award and third in four seasons, going 18-6 with a 1.74 ERA in 29 starts for the Red Sox. He had 284 strikeouts in 217 innings.

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Martinez won his first Cy Young in Boston as the unanimous choice in the AL. He went 23-4 with a 2.07 ERA in 213.1 innings. He added an incredible 313 strikeouts.

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Clemens won his second consecutive AL Cy Young, going 20-6 with a 2.65 ERA in 33 starts for the Blue Jays. He had 271 strikeouts in 234.2 innings.

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Clemens earned 25 of 28 first-place votes, with a 21-7 record and 2.05 ERA in 34 starts. He had 292 strikeouts in 264 innings.

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Hentgen beat out Andy Pettitte by only six points to win the Cy Young. He went 20-10 with a 3.22 ERA in 35 starts for the Blue Jays. Hentgen threw 10 complete games and finished with 265.2 innings.

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The Big Unit won his first career Cy Young in Seattle, going 18-2 with a 2.48 ERA in 30 starts. He had 294 strikeouts in 214.1 innings.

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Cone beat Jimmy Key by 12 points to win the AL Cy Young with the Royals, going 16-5 with a 2.94 ERA in 23 starts during a strike-shortened season.

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McDowell won the Cy Young with the White Sox, finishing 22-10 with a 3.37 ERA in 34 starts. He threw 10 complete games.

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Eckersley won both the AL Cy Young and MVP, converting 51 saves in 69 appearances for the A’s. He had a 1.91 ERA and 93 strikeouts in 80 innings.

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Clemens won his third Cy Young Award, beating out Scott Erickson after going 18-10 with a 2.62 ERA in 35 starts for the Red Sox. He threw 13 complete games and finished with 271.1 innings.

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Welch earned 30 more points than Roger Clemens in the AL Cy Young voting despite an ERA that was more than one run higher. He went 27-6 with a 2.95 ERA in 35 starts, throwing 238 innings.

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Saberhagen won his second AL Cy Young Award, earning 27 of 28 first-place votes. He went 23-6 with a 2.16 ERA in 262.1 innings. He had 12 complete games for the year.

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Viola got 27 of 28 first-place votes, going 24-7 in 35 starts for the Twins. He had a 2.64 ERA in 255.1 innings.

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Clemens won his second consecutive Cy Young, going 20-9 with a 2.97 ERA. He threw 18 complete games and 281.2 innings.

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Clemens was the unanimous choice to win his first Cy Young in 1986, going 24-4 with a 2.48 ERA in 33 starts. He had 238 strikeouts in 254 innings.

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Saberhagen was the Cy Young winner in Kansas City’s World Series season, going 20-6 with a 2.87 ERA in 32 starts. He threw 235.1 innings.

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Hernandez edged fellow relief pitcher Dan Quisenberry for the Cy Young, going 9-3 with 32 saves in 80 appearances. He had a 1.92 ERA in 140.1 innings.

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Hoyt was 24-10 with a 3.66 ERA in 36 starts for the White Sox. He had 11 complete games and threw 260.2 innings.


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Vuckovich beat out Jim Palmer for the AL Cy Young, going 18-6 with a 3.34 ERA in 30 starts. He threw 223.2 innings and had nine complete games.

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Fingers earned 22 of 28 first-place votes, beating out Oakland starter Steve McCatty. He went 6-3 with a 1.04 ERA and 28 saves in 47 games and threw 78 innings for the Brewers.

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Stone beat out Mike Norris by nine points to win the AL Cy Young, going 25-7 with a 3.23 ERA in 37 starts. He threw 250.2 innings.

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Orioles starter Mike Flanagan went 23-9 with a 3.08 ERA in 265.2 innings to win the AL Cy Young. 

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Guidry was the unanimous AL Cy Young winner for the Yankees, going 25-3 with a 1.74 ERA in 35 starts. He threw 16 complete games and finished with 273.2 innings.

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Lyle beat out Jim Palmer by eight points in the voting, going 13-5 with 26 saves and a 2.17 ERA in 72 appearances. He threw 137 innings for the Yankees.

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Palmer won his third AL Cy Young in four years, going 22-13 with a 2.51 ERA in 40 starts. He had 23 complete games and threw 315 innings.

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Palmer won his second Cy Young in three years, going 23-11 with a 2.09 ERA in 323 innings. He beat out defending award winner Catfish Hunter by 24 points in the voting.

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Hunter edged Fergie Jenkins for the AL Cy Young with 12 first-place votes to Jenkins’ 10. He went 25-12 with a 2.49 ERA for the A’s in 41 starts and 318.1 innings.

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Palmer won his first Cy Young in 1973, going 22-9 with a 2.40 ERA in 296.1 innings.

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Perry beat Wilbur Wood by only six points to win the Cy Young, going 24-16 with a 1.92 ERA in 342.2 innings for the Indians.

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Blue won both the AL Cy Young and MVP in 1971 after going 24-8 with a 1.82 ERA in 39 starts. He had 24 complete games and threw 312 innings.

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The voting for the AL Cy Young was deadlocked between Perry, Dave McNally, Sam McDowell and Mike Cuellar in 1970, with Perry emerging by eight points. He went 24-12 with a 3.04 ERA in 40 starts for the Twins.

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Cuellar and McLain tied with 10 first-place votes in 1969. Cuellar went 23-11 with a 2.38 ERA in 290.2 innings, while McLain went 24-9 with a 2.80 ERA in 325 innings.

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McLain won his first Cy Young in 1968, going 31-6 with a 1.96 ERA in 41 starts for the Tigers. He had 28 complete games and threw 336 innings.

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Lonborg won the first AL Cy Young in 1967, beating out Joe Horlen. He went 22-9 with a 3.16 ERA in 39 starts and 273.1 innings.

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