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To whom would you give the NL CY right now?

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Which of the following?

Randy Johnson
15
20%
Jason Schmidt
46
61%
Roger Clemens
11
15%
Carlos Zambrano
1
1%
Tom Glavine
2
3%
 
Total votes : 75

Postby BostonBob44 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 12:49 am

Schmidt is the man he has been my staff ace far and away.
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Postby Kelly Gruber » Mon Jun 21, 2004 3:18 am

Schmidt is awesome, but you're quick to forget about the guy that won it 4 years in a row before an off-season last year. And, he looks like he's back on the money this year: The BIG UNIT. He's awesome. It's close now, but RJ will blow any competition out of the water in the socond half.

Good thing I've got both RJ and Schmidt (and Prior too!)
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Postby d18Mike » Mon Jun 21, 2004 5:23 am

Schmidt.

And as promised last month, when they hand out the Cy Young trophies, I will to repost the several string in which the Pitch Count Mafia warned everyone that Schmidt's arm would fall off because he continues to throw more than 100 pitches a game.
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Postby matmat » Mon Jun 21, 2004 5:29 am

Danny Graves!!!!!!!!
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Clemens...for now...

Postby Willie3101 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:32 am

Clemens has definatly had the best start to the year. 9-2, 2.84 ERA, and 97K's is hard to argue with. I have a feeling he will fall off and end up 13-8 with atleast a 4.00ERA, at which point Prior will win the CY Yound because he is gunna be strong after June.
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Re: Clemens...for now...

Postby Kelly Gruber » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:35 am

Willie3101 wrote:Clemens has definatly had the best start to the year. 9-2, 2.84 ERA, and 97K's is hard to argue with. I have a feeling he will fall off and end up 13-8 with atleast a 4.00ERA, at which point Prior will win the CY Yound because he is gunna be strong after June.


There's no way they'll give it to Prior for only playing half the season unless he does not allow a run from here on out...
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Re: Clemens...for now...

Postby Jack-In-A-Box » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:54 am

Willie3101 wrote:Clemens has definatly had the best start to the year. 9-2, 2.84 ERA, and 97K's is hard to argue with. I have a feeling he will fall off and end up 13-8 with atleast a 4.00ERA, at which point Prior will win the CY Yound because he is gunna be strong after June.


You're right those numbers are hard to argue with.. but they can be argued. Schmidt has been the best pitcher period. With one less start the Clemens he's got more IP, more K's, Fewer walks, fewer hits, better ERA, and a much better WHIP.. and Schmidt plays on a much weaker offensive team than Clemens. The reason Rocket and RJ are getting votes is because people are playing the popularity card and not basing it upon the actual numbers put in front of them. While RJ,Rocket have been good.. no one has been better than Schmidt.
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Re: Clemens...for now...

Postby Armed and Hammered » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:57 am

Jack-In-A-Box wrote:
Willie3101 wrote:Clemens has definatly had the best start to the year. 9-2, 2.84 ERA, and 97K's is hard to argue with. I have a feeling he will fall off and end up 13-8 with atleast a 4.00ERA, at which point Prior will win the CY Yound because he is gunna be strong after June.


You're right those numbers are hard to argue with.. but they can be argued. Schmidt has been the best pitcher period. With one less start the Clemens he's got more IP, more K's, Fewer walks, fewer hits, better ERA, and a much better WHIP.. and Schmidt plays on a much weaker offensive team than Clemens. The reason Rocket and RJ are getting votes is because people are playing the popularity card and not basing it upon the actual numbers put in front of them. While RJ,Rocket have been good.. no one has been better than Schmidt.


You beat me to it. I completely agree. ;-D
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Postby dicehound » Mon Jun 21, 2004 12:49 pm

no doubt about it being schmidt. he's just getting warmed up and looks to be on the road to a special season. I'm especially convinced after yesterday's game. It's still early, but te simply dominates like no other pitcher in the game right now.
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Postby acsguitar » Mon Jun 21, 2004 12:53 pm

I think I'd have to Vote Gagne!!! Why is he not up there??
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