Dodgers’ Kershaw Wins Second Spahn Award In Three Years
For the second time in three years, Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Clayton Kershaw won the Warren Spahn Award.
The annual award is presented to Major League Baseball’s top left handed pitcher by the Bricktown Rotary Club and the Jim Thorpe Association.
Kershaw, also took home the award in 2011, and is the third pitcher to win the award multiple times.
Former Oklahoma State softball star Michele Smith became the first female recipient of the Bill Teegins Excellence in Sportscasting Award.
The Teegins award is presented to an outstanding sportscaster with Oklahoma ties.
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