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Rick Sutcliffe enjoyed an award-winning major league career from 1979-94 in which he posted 171 victories over 16 seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles and St. Louis Cardinals.
Sutcliffe earned National League Rookie of the Year honors in 1979 with the Dodgers. Early in the 1984 season, he was traded to the Cubs from the Indians and notched a 16-1 record with a 2.69 ERA to lead Chicago to the N.L. East Championship. He became the only player to win the Cy Young Award while pitching in both leagues in the same season. A three-time All-Star selection (1983, 1987 and 1989), Sutcliffe won at least 16 games in five different seasons.
Since retiring, Sutcliffe has enjoyed a successful broadcast career.
Sutcliffe made his ESPN Radio debut as a full-time analyst on April 4,1999 alongside Charley Steiner at the Opening Night game showcasing Colorado and San Diego from Monterrey, Mexico. He made his ESPN television debut later that week. From 1999 through 2001, he worked select ESPN Radio broadcasts.
Sutcliffe has served as an ESPN Major League Baseball analyst on Monday Night Baseball since 2002. Sutcliffe has also been an analyst on ESPNís Baseball Tonight, ESPNís daily news and highlights program. In 2002, he worked the ESPN-produced Division Series telecasts on ABC Family. Since 2004, Sutcliffe has provided analysis for Major League Baseballís International coverage of the World Series. Sutcliffe also served as an analyst for Padres games on Channel 4 in San Diego in 2003-04.
In 2003, he was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.