ARCH wrote:Hootie, how does that prove Halladay has not faced better hitters?
And to use ERA against the Red Sox and Yankees has less meaning than your .11 OPS difference.
You were saying how Santana has not beaten Boston/NY, yet are saying how Halladay has beaten them. Santana has pitched better, but got less run support in those games.
Santana has faced batters with a +.11 higher ops. That's not facing better hitters? One thing is easily clear, Halladay has not faced better hitters. It's a moot point to me in voting, but just stating it since it's being thrown around Halladay has it tougher.