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  1. #1
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    Jacob deGrom wins NL Cy Young, Justin Verlander wins AL Cy Young


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    Well deserved. 29 of 30 first place votes. Seems to be a theme here with him and Alonso.

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    Weird they announce it 330 PST.

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    well deserved

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    Surprised to see Verlander win the AL Cy. Thought it would be Cole but it was pretty much a toss up.

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    This is maybe the one year I thought Verlander should not win it unlike last year and when he lost the other time.

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    i am all for verlander winning it just because i hope it lowers the value of cole.

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    Congrats to both winners.

    As long as Dave Roberts and Andrew Friedman are running the show, no Dodgers starting pitcher will ever win another NL-CYA, because they impose stiff limits on innings. Seriously, no Dodgers pitcher has pitched 200+ innings since Greinke and Kershaw in 2015 (when Mattingly was still the manager).

    Future Hall of Shamers:
    (1) B.A.L.C.O. Barroids (2) Mark McJuicer (3) Jose Chem-seco (4) Rafael Palmeiroids (5) Ken Chem-initi (6) Jason Gi-andro (7) Ryan Fraud (8) Muscle Melk (9) Woman-Ram (10) Shammy Sosa (11) Roger Clear-mens (12) A-Roid (13) Ryan HGHoward

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    Honestly thought it was going to be Cole.


    Fire Luke Walton


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    I would have voted Cole
    Quote Originally Posted by El Patito View Post
    Wow, you just won't let this go will you? I'd be more than happy to provide the numbers again if you'd like. The fact is that Marmol in his best season, put up one of the greatest performances by a reliever in the history of baseball. Better than Rivera? Youre damn right. You can't deny this.
    Marmolololololol

  11. #11
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    I thought it should be Cole but apparently Verlander was the favorite

  12. #12
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    I would have voted Cole, but it's not an egregious error either. deGrom was a slam dunk.

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    Verlander now has
    2 1st place votes
    3 2nd place votes
    1 3rd place vote
    2 5th place votes

    Top 5 a total of 8 times.

    Makes him now 7th all time in award shares

    Nobody can touch Roger Clemens of course
    And Kershaw is 4th all time, Scherzer 8th.


    Can you imagine the Tigers rotation if they still had
    1. Verlander
    2. Scherzer
    3. Sanchez
    4. Boyd
    5. Mize/Fulmer

    They have also had Porcello, Price, Smyly

    They don't have to be that great at hitting to be a dangerously productive team. Instead, they lost the most games in baseball this year and carry a very expensive Miggy around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Verlander now has
    2 1st place votes
    3 2nd place votes
    1 3rd place vote
    2 5th place votes

    Top 5 a total of 8 times.

    Makes him now 7th all time in award shares

    Nobody can touch Roger Clemens of course
    And Kershaw is 4th all time, Scherzer 8th.


    Can you imagine the Tigers rotation if they still had
    1. Verlander
    2. Scherzer
    3. Sanchez
    4. Boyd
    5. Mize/Fulmer

    They have also had Porcello, Price, Smyly

    They don't have to be that great at hitting to be a dangerously productive team. Instead, they lost the most games in baseball this year and carry a very expensive Miggy around.
    He is also fat so they need the other 24 men on the team to take turns carrying him.

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    It's crazy that Degrom has the two lowest win totals ever for a cy young winner. Never would have happened in previous times.

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