So Olney says today that he believes (with no proof) that btw 75-80% of all major awards won in baseball since 1988 have been won with the help on performance enhancing substances.
Olney might have shown his slip here, since there have been multiple awards won by some players.
I don't have time to come up with any calculations, but I am sure that some RZ slacker does. But what percentage of "major awards" (MVP and Cy Young is my guess) would Clemens make up? Pretty baffling and I think he may regret this statement.
Look at it this way: 1988 to 2006 is 18 years. 2 awards in each league would equal 72 major awards. If Clemens' 5 (?) Cy Youngs make up roughly 7%, it would be tough to say that only another 13% of the rest of the awards were PED free.