birdwatcher55 wrote:Crush!!! Hands down
birdwatcher55 wrote:No love for Hammel?? He's 7-2
birdwatcher55 wrote:Where would we be without his 7-2 record?? Granted he is getting about 6.5 runs per game in support but he does keep you in contention with each start. Nobody else on the staff can seem to do that consistently. I'm not saying he's MVP but he's not far from it
Win-Loss record is a team measure, and you're using it to judge individuals. Pitchers cannot control the defense being played behind them and, in the AL, have absolutely nothing to do with their run support.
Consider that a pitcher for Team A could work 8 2/3 shutout innings before being removed with a 1-0 lead. A relief pitcher can allow a game-tying solo home run to Team B before recording one out. Then, Team A wins in the bottom of the ninth inning. The starting pitcher for Team A gets a no-decision while the reliever gets the win.
Not only that, but a pitcher could get a loss while allowing zero earned runs in a complete game, but a pitcher could also get a win after allowing eight earned runs in five innings.
dan72 wrote:1. Davis
If Jones did not have the miscues in the field I may have placed him above Davis. Both players are off to great starts with the bat.
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