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Postby GSes » Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:37 am

Ok guys I was at this game tonite, the game I will never forget. If u were there u would have felt the energy and the excitement of the greatest pitching performance I have ever seen and in my oppinion the best start by and pitcher this year, why?? ok I realise there have been 2 no hitters and many CG shutouts this year.

However where any of those against the Red Sox lineup and opposite Pedro Martinez. Huddy owned the Sox, he flat out blanked them. If u saw the game on TV or were there u would know. Huddy needed just 89 pitches to brat the Sox.


89 PITCHES!!!!!!!!!!!

And his CG 2 Hitter was special cuz not only where those to base hits infield singles, one by manny was where he just barley beat the throw and the other Chavez sorda commited an error and he missed the ball trying to bare hand. Now Inless im mistaking only one time was a ball thrown by Hudson hit to the put field, meaning that of the 28 batters Hudson faced, 7 were struck out, 1 was walked, 1 was a pop fly, and the other 19 were infield outs.

YES Tim Hudson is THE BEST PITCHER IN THE AL< and im not afraid to stay up all night and defend that case cuz its true. He is now 11-4 with an 2.51 era and a 1.01 whip and opponets batting just 211 against him. Hudson has 5 games blown by Foulke, if he had just 3 of those he would hands down be the Cy Young Winner.

2nd in AL in Inings pitched
3rd in ERA 2.51
5th in win percentage
1st in op. BA .211
9th in K's at 123
1st in whip 1.01

Ok Ive stated my case for Huddy.
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Postby GSes » Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:58 am

Id also like to add

Since June 10, and NOT INCLUDING TONITE's 2 HITTER

Hudson Era since june 10 is 1.99 and whip is .93

THAT is not a mistype

1.99 since june 10

How is he not the Cy Young leader right now. some one explain that and how was he not an all star.
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Postby R-Tehst » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:20 am

ok I realise there have been 2 no hitters and many CG shutouts this year.


two no-hitters???

and hes not the cy young leader because esteban loaiza has pitched better and his win totals are fairly low....but I will say hes the second best pitcher in the AL right now ;-D .
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Postby Pokeyouindaeye » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:27 am

R-Tehst wrote:two no-hitters???



Yeah 6-man Houston Astros, and Millwood.
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Postby R-Tehst » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:28 am

Pokeyouindaeye wrote:
R-Tehst wrote:two no-hitters???



Yeah 6-man Houston Astros, and Millwood.

oh, lol....forgot all about the Astros one
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Postby Madison » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:36 am

Hudson has stepped it up a notch this year. ;-D Now if only Foulke hadn't blown leads for him. :-/
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Postby GSes » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:54 am

Loaza fine ok fine. He has been unhittable all year. But Hudson has been right there with him and with those 5 blown Foulke saves

he would be 16-4, 2.51 era, 1.01 whip, AL BEST opp bat avg. 211

Now in my oppinion right now if I had a Cy Young vote

it would be

1. Hudson
2. Loaza
3. Halladay


WHY Hudson over Loaiza, well YES im Biast so there. Looking at Loaaza splits my only argument is that steadily Loaza ERA getts worse month by month, while Hudson gets Better.

So soon the 2 ERA's will meet.

A few moths ago

Loaiza era was 1.80
Hudson was 3.30

Now
Lozaza 2.30
Hudson 2.51

I dont know this is dumb to argue the 2 cuz they are simply thr top 2 in the AL

BUT I THINK LOZAZA may fall apart soon since he not used to pitching so many inings and then the Cy Young will be Huddy's
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Postby pkarr5000 » Tue Aug 12, 2003 8:36 am

yeah hudson has been pretty dominant this year. outdueling pedro is pretty damn hard. good deal!
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Postby ironman » Tue Aug 12, 2003 10:02 am

Also keep in mind that there are 4 blown saves by Foulke when Hudson was pitching. He should have more wins than he has.
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Postby MashinSpuds » Tue Aug 12, 2003 10:24 am

Hudson is great. Loaiza is due to implode any moment now! haha
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