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View Poll Results: Who has had the better career?

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  • Johan Santana

    13 22.81%
  • Roy Halladay

    44 77.19%
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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitesoxfan83 View Post
    Also, he dominated the AL in a greater fashion than Halladay did.

    Regardless of the division Santana was still the best pitcher in the AL in the middle 2000s.
    Sure, let's give Santana the peak, but that means we have to give Halladay the career nod, and his peak is no piece of junk.

    Lets go with WAR (minimum 25 starts & 175 IP) - Santana in red; Halladay in Blue.

    8.0
    7.8

    7.7
    7.6

    7.4
    7.3
    7.3
    6.1
    5.7
    5.6

    4.8
    4.6

    4.4
    4.3

    4.1
    3.7
    3.6

    3.2
    2.8
    0.9

    Every season under 0.5 omitted.

    Oops. Better not give Santana the edge in peak...... because Halladay has 7 of the 10 seaons at or over 5.0 WAR.... so sorry.


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    Some jerks never learn.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kashmir13579 View Post
    LOL. great thread poll right when johan goes down for the season. what did you think the results would be?
    This thread was made 3 days ago.

    He was deemed out for the season today.

    Good job.

    Quote Originally Posted by bagwell368 View Post
    Sure, let's give Santana the peak, but that means we have to give Halladay the career nod, and his peak is no piece of junk.

    Lets go with WAR (minimum 25 starts & 175 IP) - Santana in red; Halladay in Blue.

    8.0
    7.8

    7.7
    7.6

    7.4
    7.3
    7.3
    6.1
    5.7
    5.6

    4.8
    4.6

    4.4
    4.3

    4.1
    3.7
    3.6

    3.2
    2.8
    0.9

    Every season under 0.5 omitted.

    Oops. Better not give Santana the edge in peak...... because Halladay has 7 of the 10 seaons at or over 5.0 WAR.... so sorry.
    Good point.
    Last edited by Mopped_you; 09-10-2010 at 10:52 PM.

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    halladay has a perfect game
    Props to weeman23

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    Uhhh.... Halladay.

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    Roy Halladay
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    Boston Red Sox: 60-76, games this week vs. Rays (1), Yankees (3), Blue Jays (3)
    Indianapolis Colts: Good draft and off-season so far.
    Looking for new NBA team to cheer for
    Ottawa Senators: 37-31-14, season over, free agency begins this week.

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    Halladay

    Matt Carpenter
    .300 AVG, 1 HR, 6 RBI, .431 OBP, .375 SLG, .806 OPS, .371 wOBA, 136 wRC+, .4 fWAR, 126 OPS+



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    Doc... Santanas past 2 seasons have now been ended prematurely by surgeries.. His prime is certainly behind him while docs last 3 seasons have been 3 of his best
    The Doc Is IN

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