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Top 3's being announced now...

Rookie of the Year

AL- Abreu, Betances, Shoemaker

NL- deGrom, Hamilton, Wong

 

Manager

AL- Scioscia, Showalter, Yost

NL- Bochy, Hurdle, Williams

 

 

Cy Young

AL- Hernandez, Kluber, Sale

NL- Cueto, Kershaw, Wainwright

 

MVP

AL- Brantley, Martinez, Trout

NL- Kershaw, McCutchen, Stanton

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AL ROY- Abreu

NL ROY- deGrom

 

AL Manager- Yost

NL Manager- Bochy

 

AL Cy Young- King Felix

NL Cy Young- Kershaw

 

AL MVP- Trout

NL MVP- Stanton

Edited by SoxPride18

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ROY-

Abreu, deGrom

 

Manager-

Showalter, Williams

 

Cy-

Hernandez, Kershaw

 

MVP-

Trout, Kershaw

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QUOTE (flavum @ Nov 4, 2014 -> 05:50 PM)
ROY-

Abreu, deGrom

 

Manager-

Showalter, Williams

 

Cy-

Hernandez, Kershaw

 

MVP-

Trout, Kershaw

 

That's who I think wins, although I'm not sure Williams deserves it.

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Lorenzo Cain not being a GG Finalist seems funny after this October.

 

Adam Jones and JJ Hardy beat out Eaton and Alexei.

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Showalter and Williams take home the Manager of the Year hardware.

 

Cy tomorrow...I'll say Felix wins because of the better ERA and his past.

 

Felix- 22 first place, 8 second place

Kluber- 8 first place, 22 second place

Sale- 30 third place

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I kinda liked this...

 

 

Joe Stanka left the US after his cup of coffee with the Sox in 1959, and had a lot of success in Japan.

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Seems like a lot of people are saying they'd vote for Kluber, but they think Felix will win. Maybe Kluber will surprise.

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Seems like a lot of people are saying they'd vote for Kluber, but they think Felix will win. Maybe Kluber will surprise.

 

Kluber 169, Felix 159, Sale 78, Lester 46, Scherzer 32

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Very surprised Kluber won, considering Felix had a lower ERA.

 

Kluber actually led all of baseball in fWAR. Awesome to see him win it.

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I keep going back and forth between Kluber's and Felix's stats, and they are both deserving, would have been fair if either guy won.

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QUOTE (LittleHurt05 @ Nov 12, 2014 -> 06:49 PM)
I keep going back and forth between Kluber's and Felix's stats, and they are both deserving, would have been fair if either guy won.

 

I wouldn't have complained either way. I think Kluber gets a bit of an edge because Felix pitched in such a pitcher-friendly park, which helps alleviate the difference in ERA a bit.

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QUOTE (chw42 @ Nov 12, 2014 -> 06:52 PM)
I wouldn't have complained either way. I think Kluber gets a bit of an edge because Felix pitched in such a pitcher-friendly park, which helps alleviate the difference in ERA a bit.

I think the fact of the Indians' terrible defense caught on a little bit as well. That Kluber was able to put up the numbers he did in front of such a bad group may have swayed some people.

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Susan Slusser left Abreu off her top 10. So did Mike Berardino from St Paul, and Mark Whicker from LA.

 

A writer from Houston left Victor Martinez off his top 10.

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QUOTE (flavum @ Nov 13, 2014 -> 06:58 PM)
Susan Slusser left Abreu off her top 10. So did Mike Berardino from St Paul, and Mark Whicker from LA.

 

A writer from Houston left Victor Martinez off his top 10.

 

 

Susan Slusser, Mike Berardino and Mark Whicker are clearly f***ing mindless idiots.

Edited by Charlie Haeger's Knuckles

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QUOTE (flavum @ Nov 13, 2014 -> 06:58 PM)
Susan Slusser left Abreu off her top 10. So did Mike Berardino from St Paul, and Mark Whicker from LA.

 

A writer from Houston left Victor Martinez off his top 10.

If all I did was follow fWAR, Abreu was 12th, VMart was 18th in the AL last year.

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Had Stanton not gotten hurt, I think it would have been a lot closer.

 

But Kershaw did have a historic season and I think it was well deserved.

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