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View Poll Results: Burnett or Hamels

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  • Burnett

    3 6.38%
  • Hamels

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    Quote Originally Posted by blujaysrock View Post
    man how do you not compare them, im not talking life time i am talking as of this season, theres only a little difference in the ERA and walks, other than that they are pretty similar,stats wise that is
    Your sort of exagerating by saying there is little difference.

    139 ERA+>>>>>>>>78 ERA+
    .98 WHIP>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>1.50 WHIP

    Hamels clearly blows Burnett out of the water.

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    Guys you're forgetting thsat Burnett has all that potential. Burnett wins by a mile...

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    Hamles

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiksilver2491 View Post
    I believe he does. The arguement is basically over by just looking at their WHIP's.
    The argument isn't over by looking just at WHIP.

    Hamels' WHIP is lower than Lincecum's because of his BB/9 and because of a ridiculously low .234 BABIP compared to Lincecum's .321 BABIP. An average BABIP for a pitcher ranges between .280-.300. Hamels just has really good defense behind him, and Lincecum's WHIP will drop when some of those plays begin turning into outs.

    Hamels' FIP further proves this, with a 3.63 mark instead of the 3.18 he currently owns. Lincecum's is 2.91 instead of the 2.66 ERA he has.
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    hamels by far
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    Not even close, Hamels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blujaysrock View Post
    man how do you not compare them, im not talking life time i am talking as of this season, theres only a little difference in the ERA and walks, other than that they are pretty similar,stats wise that is
    You are clueless

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    Hamels-Younger, has been more consistent, and isn't always on the DL.

    Burnett-Hasn't been very consistent and will rarely go a year without some sort of injury.

    Def. Hamels

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    I'd say Lincecum.

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    I almost accidentally voted for Burnett. God, I would have looked like an idiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blujaysrock View Post
    man how do you not compare them, im not talking life time i am talking as of this season, theres only a little difference in the ERA and walks, other than that they are pretty similar,stats wise that is
    Are you sure you didn't mean Beckett?

    EDIT: lol, the first post has a link to Burnett too.

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    Hamels, cause i like the phillies too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alston2Tmac2Yao View Post
    Hamels, cause i like the phillies too.
    Best reasoning yet!

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    Hamels

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    Quote Originally Posted by blujaysrock View Post
    man how do you not compare them, im not talking life time i am talking as of this season, theres only a little difference in the ERA and walks, other than that they are pretty similar,stats wise that is
    dude your making us all look bad man...

    Burnetts era is literally almost 5 (4.97) and Hamels is at 3.13

    Burnetts whip is 1.47 on top of that while Hamels is at a GAWDY 1.02

    the only thing they are close in is wins and ks which arent great stats to measure a pitcher by anyway...stop talking before they think Jays fans are like Giants fans (jks )

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