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    More likely in 2013: Jason wins MVP, Kris-with-a-K wins CY, or Mac wins Comeback POY?

    In order, if you must.

    Annnnnd... go.

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    1) B-mac

    2) J-hey

    3) Meds

    I know b-mac is out for the first month of baseball (maybe more) but a healthy b-mac is one of the games better offensive catchers. That will influence the voting.

    J-hey is certainly capable but I think he may be edged out by someone.

    Who doesn't love Meds? I'm not sure if he can sustain that ace like work though. Always will be rooting though.


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    I'm thinking:
    1) Medlen
    2) B-Mac
    3) J-Hey

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    1) Mac. Competing with the weakest field.

    2) Medlen. If he pitches like he did after his return, he'll be in the conversation.

    3) Heyward. His numbers would really have to spike for this to become a reality.

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    1. McCann. Pretty easily the most likely option here, the voters won't ignore if an all-star catcher returns to his former level of play.

    2. Heyward. He'll have to get 30/30 and have an AVG of .300+ for the voters to consider him. Not sure if he can do that.

    3. Medlen. He'll probably have an ERA in the 2.80 - 3.00 range, but there are many other big name candidates.

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    1. McCann
    2. Medlen
    3. Heyward

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    McCann










    Medlen
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    Medlen's career as a starter (30 games): 15-2, 2.81 ERA, 186.0 IP, 37 BB, 165 K, 1.06 WHIP, 8.0 K/9, 2 CG

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...el_extra::none

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    I think I'm going to go with D) Julio Teheran wins Rookie of the Year. I don't think McCann is enough of a "comeback player" to contend for Comeback Player of the Year. Most of those past winners came off injuries that cost them a season or more; merely having a down year doesn't usually make you a Comeback Player candidate the following season. And there would have to be massive steps forward for Heyward to win MVP or Medlen to win Cy Young.

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    1)kris 2) heyward 3)bmac just because heyward will have to have a monster year like 40 hr an 120 rbis an batt 300 to win it, an can't rust bmac health, he's prolly gonna miss atleast a month already

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    ^If you believe Fredi, he said McCann should only miss a week or two.

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    1. Medlen
    2. McCann
    3. Heyward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo95 View Post
    ^If you believe Fredi, he said McCann should only miss a week or two.
    I'll believe that when I see it.

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    I'm going with Medlen because we have an pretty intimate relationship.


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    Quote Originally Posted by the brave eagle
    heyward will have to have a monster year like 40 hr an 120 rbis an batt 300 to win it
    He's halfway there then, ha. Against RHP in '12: .300 BA 20 HR 54 RBI, .934 OPS with 46 XBH. But as we know it's all about getting better vs lefties for him and Freddie, although both showed improvement with our new hitting coaches.
    Last edited by Bravo95; 12-25-2012 at 02:05 AM.

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