Bosy Billups wrote:Yea... for some reason though, he hasn't been getting the press he usually does. I think the media (ESPN) is kinda over him. I think it will go to either Paps or Liriano over Halladay (should all three be pitching like they are).
The Cy is all about the wins, I think we've learned that enough through the years. And if Halladay continues to pitch like we all know he can, he should conceivably get more wins than Liriano. BTW, we shouldn't forget Santana, but he might have the same problem of wins as Liriano.
And with Papelbon, he's had a fantastic year. But #1, the voters don't usually go with closers..and #2, I don't expect him to keep up his crazy .27 ERA. Once that's gone, there's really nothing much seperating him from say..B.J Ryan (who's another closer that's had an amazing year).