Discussion in 'Baseball' started by Millz, Nov 19, 2009.
I would have voted...
So why did he get it? Just for strikeouts?
I guess so...I dont really know what goes through the minds of the retards who vote for this stuff.
I guess its possible Wainwright and Carpenter stole votes from each other...I'm not sure.
Yeah I guess wins and ERA don't mean anything.... >
See Millz are you pretty angry with this? I know it's a different situation than Halladay's, but it's sort of the same thing.
Lincercum had a great season don't want to take anything away from him, but in my mind the award should of went to Carpenter. I know he didn't pitch big innings this season, but when he was on the mound he was outstanding.
Actually yeah, wins mean nothing. I'm not kidding, they're a useless stat.
First off, Wainright was not as good as Jurrjens. Wainright simply had more wins because he had a much better offense working for him. Secondly, Lincecum had more than a hundred more K's than Carpenter and he played 4 more games. This gives his ERA a little bit of wiggle room since chances are Carpenter's ERA would have been a bit higher too.
Winning the Cy Young is about being dominating and that's what Lincecum is. Carpenter had a lower ERA by about 0.2 points, but he had nowhere near the same amount of K's. That speaks to a pitcher's control as well.
I should mention I put steal in the title because I thought Carpenter and Wainwright were the best two pitchers this year in the NL on the whole. I dont think Lincecum is un-deserving because he is, he had a great season.
The thing that pisses me off is that two nimrods completely left Chris Carpenter off their ballot. One of those idiots being Keith Law, a known Cardinal hater. He also put Waino third and is the only guy to put Javy Vazquez on any Cy Young ballot. People like him should be held accountable for their stupidity.
HAHA! Your having the same frustration has I'm having with Verlander being ahead of Halladay. Justin got a 1st place, and guess where that writer is from? Detroit, that's right. I hate how the voting is done these days, it's a complete joke, especially when there's no clear winner and it's a tight race.
haha that's homerism at its finest...wow.
The Freak winning isn't a shocker but keeping Carp off the ballot is so dumb. But, I'm done with that. The local ESPN radio is going to have Lincecum on in 10 minutes...can't wait to listen to it. (nevermind...joksters)
I loved Tim's interview yesterday...saying how he thought Carpenter should have won it. He's a classy guy.
I'm pretty sure if Halladay won you'd vehemently defend the process rather than condemn it.
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