mweir145 wrote:bigh0rt wrote:To me, if anyone other than Johan wins it, it's a sham.
Even if Halladay runs the table and puts up 22 wins or something like that with a sub 3 ERA near Santana's you'd consider it a sham?
Sure if the award was given today I'd think you'd give it to Santana. But there isn't as wide a margin between the two as many of you seem to be suggesting.
In all honestly, I think that Johan, Verlander, or Halladay winning would all be totally fair and logical scenerios. At this point, any of those three could finish the season with more wins and a better ERA than the other two. Of course Verlander doesn't have the name recognition to draw as many votes, but that doesn't mean he shouldn't be mentioned here.