thehat wrote:I'll argue against Wood being on the list. He's admittedly awesome at times. But he's never won more than 13 games in a season, and to therefore have him included among the ten best in the game is overrating him. His stuff is top ten, but his record isn't. And putting the 8-6 Wood on the All Star team over Willis is an outrage.
Woods only once made at least 30 starts, due to injuries. Its unfair to slight him over a saesons win total. His career win % right now is 595%, pitching for a sub 500 team, with a poor pen, and a feable offense. In fact, his win % is better then Priors. Its ironic, that after a superb 3 months, following a iffy career, Schmidt is in the top 2.