I think it's Longoria.
However, if we're looking at VORP, considering time off due to injury, value to the club, and expectations met, can we at least give a LITTLE love for Joba Chamberlain?
Among pitchers with at least 90 innings, he ranks only behind Rich Harden in strikeouts per 9.
Among pitchers with at least 90 innings, he ranks only behind Harden, Cliff Lee, Lincecum, Duchscherer, Peavy, and Halladay in ERA.
He has a 27.9 VORP, which puts him ahead of Alexei Ramirez and and Mike Aviles.
He has 9 win shares, the same number as Josh Beckett.
I don't think Joba should win. It's definitely Longoria. But Joba definitely has had an amazing rookie season.