Baseballer02 wrote:Santana still managed to better Schilling in WHIP, BAA, and K's for what is considered by most to be the first half of the season
I know you think Santana should win, but WHIP, BAA, and K's are irrelevent in CY voting. Not that it changes anything as for who shoudl win, but it's wrong reasoning. He should win because he's allowed far fewer runs, and had more quality starts. If he had 120 K's and had a BAA of .250 it woudln't make any difference as long as his ER distribution remained the same.