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Washington Nationals pitcher Patrick Corbin was officially presented the Warren Spahn Award on Friday night in Oklahoma City.

The award goes to Major League Baseball’s top left-handed pitcher and is named for the former Oklahoma resident, who is baseball’s all-time leader in wins by a left-handed pitcher.

Corbin was 14-7 this season for the Nationals, with a 3.25 earned run average and 238 strikeouts.

He was also the winning pitcher in Game 7 of the World Series to give the Nats their first ever World Series championship.