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    Top 10 Award Snubs of the past 10 years

    I have compiled a list of award snubs of the past 10 years. Since it's award week, I thought that it would be nice to see you guys opinions on this.

    10. 2009 NL CY Young, Tim Lincecum over Adam Wainwright.

    Adam Wainwright, 19-8 2.63 212
    Tim Lincecum, 15-7 2.48 261

    9. 2003 AL Rookie of the Year, Angel Berroa over Hideki Matsui

    Hideki Matsui .287 16 106
    Angel Berroa .287 17 73

    8. 2011 AL MVP, Justin Verlander over Jacoby Ellsbury

    Jacoby Ellsbury .321 32 105 39 Steals
    Justin Verlander 24-5 2.40 250

    7. 2002 AL MVP, Miguel Tejada over Alex Rodriguez

    Alex Rodriguez .300 57 142
    Miguel Tejada .308 34 131

    6. 2006 AL MVP, Justin Morneau over Derek Jeter

    Derek Jeter .343 14 97
    Justin Morneau .321 34 130

    5. 2002 AL Cy Young, Barry Zito over Pedro Martinez

    Pedro Martinez 20-4 2.26 239
    Barry Zito 23-5 2.75 182

    4. 2004 NL Cy Young, Roger Clemens over Randy Johnson

    Randy Johnson 16-14 2.60 290
    Roger Clemens 18-4 2.98 218

    3. 2011 NL MVP, Ryan Braun over Matt Kemp

    Matt Kemp .324 39 126
    Ryan Braun .332 33 111

    2. 2003 NL MVP, Barry Bonds over Albert Pujols

    Albert Pujols .359 43 124
    Barry Bonds .340 45 90

    1. 2007 NL MVP, Jimmy Rollins over Matt Holliday

    Matt Holliday .340 36 137
    Jimmy Rollins .296 30 94

    Do you agree, disagree, discuss

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    2. 2003 NL MVP, Barry Bonds over Albert Pujols

    Albert Pujols .359 43 124
    Barry Bonds .340 45 90
    Nope, that was Bonds all the way. If anything, Bonds has been robbed of MVPs and earned the hell out of the MVPs he did get. You can make a pretty strong case that he should have two or three more of those things...

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    verlander should have won over ellsbury. thats not a snub
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    verlander should have won over ellsbury. thats not a snub
    It was hard finding 10 snubs in the past 10 years so I had to find snubs that I didn't necessarily agree with.

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    Good post. It still pisses me off to this day that Morneau beat Jeter for the MVP in 06. That season was Jete at his absolute finest.

    People are mesmerized by the homerun I guess.


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    And holy crap look at that...

    1. 2007 NL MVP, Jimmy Rollins over Matt Holliday

    Matt Holliday .340 36 137
    Jimmy Rollins .296 30 94

    What a joke!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gotcabrera10 View Post
    Good post. It still pisses me off to this day that Morneau beat Jeter for the MVP in 06. That season was Jete at his absolute finest.

    People are mesmerized by the homerun I guess.
    actually i felt that Joe Mauer deserved the MVP over both,
    Quote Originally Posted by gotcabrera10 View Post
    And holy crap look at that...
    Jeter .343/.417/.483 14hr(hitters park)
    Maruer .347/.429/.507(13hr pitchers park)

    both played premium postions, but only one of them was good enough to actually play it.
    1. 2007 NL MVP, Jimmy Rollins over Matt Holliday

    Matt Holliday .340 36 137
    Jimmy Rollins .296 30 94

    What a joke!
    in fairness you need to look at positional value, Rollins was a great defensive SS and Holliday was a crappy Left Fielder who hit poorly out side of Coors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban View Post
    actually i felt that Joe Mauer deserved the MVP over both,


    in fairness you need to look at positional value, Rollins was a great defensive SS and Holliday was a crappy Left Fielder who hit poorly out side of Coors.
    In 2007 Matt Holliday hit .371 at home and .301 on the road.

    .435 OBP at home
    .371 OBP on road

    25 home runs at home
    11 on the road

    28 doubles at home
    22 on road

    -.07 defensive war.

    Argument that his OBP dropped majorly on road invalid. He's still posting a great one at .371

    Wish I could be that crappy a left fielder and hitter away from home
    Last edited by Skippy15; 11-13-2012 at 06:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban View Post

    in fairness you need to look at positional value, Rollins was a great defensive SS and Holliday was a crappy Left Fielder who hit poorly out side of Coors.
    No he didn't and wasn't

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotcabrera10 View Post
    And holy crap look at that...

    1. 2007 NL MVP, Jimmy Rollins over Matt Holliday

    Matt Holliday .340 36 137
    Jimmy Rollins .296 30 94

    What a joke!
    David Wright was better than Matt Holliday that year.

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    Very hard to debate anything using the stats you've listed. You have W/L ERA Strikeouts for pitchers and Avg. HR's RBI's for hitters.
    Last edited by Miltstar; 11-13-2012 at 04:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miltstar View Post
    Very hard to debate anything using the stats you've listed. You have W/L ERA Strikeouts for pitchers and Avg. HR's RBI's for hitters.
    Your probably right but I was too lazy to write anymore stats and I figured other people could look it up as well or remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miltstar View Post
    Very hard to debate anything using the stats you've listed. You have W/L ERA Strikeouts for pitchers and Avg. HR's RBI's for hitters.
    This.


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    Trout not getting a Gold Glove this season is pretty absurd.

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    Agree with all of them except for the Verlander snub.

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