CYA

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AcronymDefinition
CYASee You
CYACover Your Ass
CYACanadian Yachting Association
CYAChantilly Youth Association (Chantilly, VA)
CYACalifornia Youth Authority
CYACover Your Assets
CYACollege Year in Athens (Greece; study abroad program)
CYACyclosporine A (immunosuppressant)
CYACyanuric Acid
CYACy Young Award (ML Baseball Award for Pitching)
CYAChange Your Attitude
CYACollege/Young Adult (ministry)
CYACarry Your Ass
CYACumbria Youth Alliance (UK)
CYAClassic Yacht Association
CYACover Your Answer(s)
CYACall Your Attorney
CYACuban Yoga Association
CYACarclew Youth Arts (Australia)
CYACanadian Youth Assembly (est. 2008)
CYACan You Articulate
CYAChristian Youth Association
CYAChallenge Your Assumptions
CYACatch You Afterwards
CYACompany of Young Artists (Youth Musical Theater Group, Fullerton College, CA)
CYACommittee of Young Artists (Mississauga Arts Council)
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The two-time Cy Young Award winner spent his baseball career with the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays.
Over the course of 15 major league seasons, Charlie O'Brien was the battery-mate to 13 baseball pitchers who won the Cy Young Award, presented each year by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
The Cincinnati Reds have never had a Cy Young Award winner, and 2014 marked the third time that I remember that a Reds pitcher has come in second to a Dodgers pitcher in the voting.
1967 -- San Francisco's Mike McCormick won the National League Cy Young award.
Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher David Price was named the American League Cy Young Award in a razor-thin result on Wednesday evening, while New York Mets knuckleballer R.
The US sports press continues to focus on the way in which modern medicine has helped an injured pitcher, Bartolo Colon, return to his 2005 Cy Young Award form, reports The Philadelphia Daily News (June 2, 2011).
Major League Baseball marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Cy Young Award in 2006.
They are the only pitchers ever to be selected the Cy Young award winner unanimously twice.
The three-time Cy Young Award winner was seeking a four-year contract and the Mets have apparently accepted.
Joining in the festivities with the 1978 Cy Young Award winner were several ex-Yankees, including Guidry teammates Graig Nettles and Rick Cerone; Hank Bauer, a three-time Yankee All-Star; and Bob Turley, 1959 Cy Young Award winner.
Pedro Martinez of the Dominican Republic won last year's Cy Young award for his outstanding pitching, while Puerto Rican Carlos Beltr[acute{a}]n took the Rookie of the Year title.