AL Cy Young
13-6 2.51ERA 191SO 1.04WHIP 5CG 5SHO
Felix is one of the games best pitchers right now. He just had a huge streak snapped where he was 9-0 in a span of 14 games and a 1.40 ERA. This could help and hurt him. He always starts slow and picks it up and who knows if the voters will count in Pre-All Star stats much. He also pitches in the most pitcher friendly ballpark so that could hurt his chances. He also has a perfect game against the Rays to go with his resume.
12-7 2.80ERA 198SO 1.04WHIP 6CG 1SHO
16-5 2.53ERA 170SO 1.10WHIP 1CG 1SHO
16-3 2.85ERA 118SO .99WHIP 3CG 2SHO
15-5 2.81ERA 155SO 1.06WHIP 1CG 0SHO
NL Cy Young
17-4 2.63ERA 190SO 1.01WHIP 5CG 3SO
Dickey has been the biggest surprise this season. I think its big enough to rise him to the top of the NL Cy Young list. He has overall the best stats of all the pitchers. One thing going against him is that this is his first very strong season and that may hurt him.
17-6 2.48ERA 144SO 1.12WHIP 2CG 0SHO
13-5 2.82ERA 164SO 1.02WHIP 2CG 2SHO PERFECT GAME!!!!
12-8 2.85ERA 192SO 1.02WHIP 2CG 2SHO
.336AVG .977OPS 25HR 74RBI 42SB 107R
In my opinion he should be the ROTY and the MVP. This kid is a stud. Huge bat and super fast. Also one of the best defensive outfielders in the AL. If you haven't seen any of his home run robbing catches... watch them. He's just a 5 tool guy. Although Cabrera has better stats than him, Trout in my opinion is more "valuable".
.329AVG .983OPS 33HR 109RBI 4SB 86R
.316AVG .883OPS 25HR 82RBI 1SB 76R
.314AVG .931OPS 23HR 93RBI 1SB..(what?) 71R
.344AVG .975OPS 24HR 79RBI 15SB 90R
If anyone else watched last season they can agree with me on how bad the Pirates were. Now Andrew has sparked the team and they are playing .500+ ball. He is a speedy guy with a crazy bat. .344 average this late in the season is amazing...
.310AVG .993OPS 36HR 92RBI 21SB 89R
.346AVG .906OPS 11HR 60RBI 13SB 84R
Edited by The Purple Panda, 01 September 2012 - 06:23 PM.