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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby Syler » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:47 am

^ Why is he so lucky? He's not a fluke, his ERA may be a little too low, but I doubt it goes over 4. He had almost the same exact year last year... BOTH John Maine and Chris Young deserve to be All-Stars...
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby WC » Mon Jul 02, 2007 3:00 am

Right, because All Star selections should be based on the fact that you think his babip is too low and his strand rate is too high, not performing to a sub 3 era.
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby TheGinner » Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:03 am

Pirates fans make me sick...
First they try to protest.... fail

Second they try to vote for an All star, and vote Sanchez...??
Why not vote Bay? He sucks this year, but his past has much more than Sanchez who won a batting title out of AAA...
Have they lost that much faith in Bay that Sanchez is the fan favorite?

Snell should have been voted in, Pittsburg
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby pangbones » Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:18 am

Snell and Gorzelanny are more deserving than Sanchez, and Bay too!! :-P
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby Padsin05 » Mon Jul 02, 2007 7:20 am

Young over Fuentes
Byrnes over Rowand
Gorzo or Snell over Hamels
Rollins or Hanley over Sanchez

AL was pretty well selected, only changes I would make would be
Manny gone, Pena, Cabrera or Youk in
MYoung gone, if tex had any other rep

And btw I have no problem with Dmitri Young going, guys hitting well .337 driving in runs and all teams should be represented. It would be more of a shame if Cordero went over Hoffman or Saito
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby dissent » Mon Jul 02, 2007 7:45 am

TheGinner wrote:Pirates fans make me sick...
First they try to protest.... fail

Second they try to vote for an All star, and vote Sanchez...??

I don't think anyone from the Pirates was voted in. Sanchez was a manager selection because every team needs to be represented.
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby Amazinz » Mon Jul 02, 2007 8:25 am

Ender wrote:Not selecting Maine is a sign of smart voters has he's been so damn lucky to have under a 4
Lol. It's comments like that that give all us other stat-heads bad names.
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby great gretzky » Mon Jul 02, 2007 11:41 am

It's not like its the biggest snub ever, but I think Howard should have made it. One would think that defending MVP is "star" material. I guess my main beef with this is, that its factored over the first half of the season, and not the last half of the previous year. I say that, because it seems like a lot of the times "so and so is having a great year"--fair enough, but its only half of a season too. To me "star" implies some type of usual production, not a spike.

Lee has a far superior BA, but howard signficiantly bests him in HR, his run and rbi are better, as is OPS. Throw in the fact that his team is doing better in a tougher division, and he is the defending MVP, he should get the benefit of the doubt IMO.
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby intodeep » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:17 pm

smoovethug wrote:It disgusts me that Matt Holliday isn't a starter.

This really rubbed me the wrong way too. The guy is one of the best in the majors.
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Re: 2007 All-Star Rosters

Postby Fpower » Mon Jul 02, 2007 2:10 pm

Sheffield should be there, his numbers this year are sick. He's more deserving than Pudge and Polanco.
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