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2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
Don't really think any major surprises...

Rookie Of the year-
AL- Judge, Benintendi, Mancini
NL- Bellinger, Bell, DeJong

Manager of the year-
AL- Francona, Hinch, Molitor
NL- Black, Lovullo, Roberts

Cy Young-
AL- Kluber, Sale, Severino
NL- Kershaw, Scherzer, Strasburg

MVP-
AL- Altuve, Judge, Ramirez
NL- Goldschmidt, Stanton, Votto

Only real interesting one was in the NL MVP to see who was knocked out. The Colorado guys knocked out.

Think it's
Judge, Bellinger for ROY
Molitor, ??? for MOY- I'll say Lovullo
Kluber,Kershaw for Cy Young
Judge, Stanton for MVP
11-07-2017 10:37 AM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
Judge, Bellinger for ROY
Molitor, Lovullo for MOY
Kluber,Kershaw for Cy Young
Altuve, Goldschmidt for MVP



Yeah, a little homerish, but Goldy was consistent and actually played in meaningful games. The ball is juiced, and the Marlins weren't a factor.
11-07-2017 12:01 PM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
(11-07-2017 12:01 PM)dbackjon Wrote:  Judge, Bellinger for ROY
Molitor, Lovullo for MOY
Kluber,Kershaw for Cy Young
Altuve, Goldschmidt for MVP



Yeah, a little homerish, but Goldy was consistent and actually played in meaningful games. The ball is juiced, and the Marlins weren't a factor.

Goldy fell apart though in September. I just don't see Goldy winning it.

I think especially given the 2 Colorado guys didn't make it that the voters didn't care about team performance as much. You have not only Stanton but Votto in top 3.
11-07-2017 12:38 PM
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2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
Anybody have Judge’s home road splits? They are just as bad or worse than Arenado’s or Blackman’s yet they ignore the short right field porch for him and hammer any Rockie.


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11-07-2017 01:48 PM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
(11-07-2017 01:48 PM)Jjoey52 Wrote:  Anybody have Judge’s home road splits? They are just as bad or worse than Arenado’s or Blackman’s yet they ignore the short right field porch for him and hammer any Rockie.


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Not really though...
Judge:
home .312/.440/.725 1.165
away .256/.404/.531 .935

Arenado
home .336/.392/.644 1.036
away .283/.355/.531 .886

Blackmon
home .391/.466/.773 1.239
away .276/.337/.447 .784

So Judge was better than Arenado both home and away and Blackmon had the extreme stats that kill guys from Colorado.
11-07-2017 02:18 PM
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Home runs Judge had 34 home and 18 away.


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11-07-2017 09:00 PM
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Congrats to NL MOY Torey Lovullo!
11-14-2017 06:35 PM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
Cy Young awards finally come on Wednesday. The NL one will be really interesting to watch. I know we talked about the AL race and the presumed innings gap with Sale/Kluber(it really was amazing how close Kluber got to Sale in the innings race)... Well in the NL- Scherzer had a good 25 more innings than Kershaw and Strasburg both. How much extra credit does that give him in the voting? Did it impact things at all?
11-15-2017 01:50 AM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
good blog on Sale...
http://www.espn.com/blog/boston/red-sox/...-next-year

and what the Red Sox have to figure out
March/April 2.74
May 2.48
June 2.74
July 2.76
August 3.44
September/Oct. 3.84
his ERA's since 2012 per month

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Since he became a full-time starter for the Chicago White Sox in 2012, Sale has posted a 2.70 ERA, held opponents to a .206 average and given up 0.78 homers per nine innings in 99 starts before the All-Star break. In 81 second-half starts, his ERA has risen to 3.41, opponents have batted .244 against him, and he has allowed 1.15 homers per nine innings.

I'd be curious to know any other guys that are as extreme like this.

Amazing to think like they said back after July 26, he was much more likely to win the MVP than he was lose the Cy Young.
11-15-2017 01:55 PM
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RE: 2017 MLB Awards finalists revealed
(11-15-2017 01:55 PM)stever20 Wrote:  good blog on Sale...
http://www.espn.com/blog/boston/red-sox/...-next-year

and what the Red Sox have to figure out
March/April 2.74
May 2.48
June 2.74
July 2.76
August 3.44
September/Oct. 3.84
his ERA's since 2012 per month

Also-
Since he became a full-time starter for the Chicago White Sox in 2012, Sale has posted a 2.70 ERA, held opponents to a .206 average and given up 0.78 homers per nine innings in 99 starts before the All-Star break. In 81 second-half starts, his ERA has risen to 3.41, opponents have batted .244 against him, and he has allowed 1.15 homers per nine innings.

I'd be curious to know any other guys that are as extreme like this.

Amazing to think like they said back after July 26, he was much more likely to win the MVP than he was lose the Cy Young.

Well he definitely would be the easy pick for the Cy Young if Kluber didn't go total supernova
11-15-2017 05:05 PM
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