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blankman wrote:Pogotheostrich wrote:WharfRat wrote:Wedge definitely should be up there. I might still vote for Guillen despite Chicago's dropoff, because his style of ball really took the league by storm for a while, and put them far out ahead enough that I doubt they're worrying that much.
I know this has probably been beaten to death but Guillen's style of play wasn't the difference this year. It was the improvement in the SP.
Yup. Pretty sad that so many think their offense got better this year and that Pods made them better
I'd vote Cleveland.
Jack-In-A-Box wrote:I don't think Guillen made the offense better in a sense of stats. What he did to make the offense better was he made it to where they didn't have to have a HR or 3 to win the ballgame. He figured out that playing smallball and doing the fundamentals of baseball could produce runs as well. AL teams now are all about HR's. Guillen thought outside the box and tried NL style ball and it's worked. Not to mention the emergence of Garland has help solidfy the pitching. And Jenks 101mph fastball to end games with the 86mph hammer... F I L T H Y! Guillen wins hands down for me.
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