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Lincecum WINS CY YOUNG AGAIN!!!!!!!!!

Originally posted by RYPTOUT:
Now can someone pay the kid what he is due so he stay on the Giants?.... hurry!!

I think blue and white pinstripes fit him best.
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by RYPTOUT:
Now can someone pay the kid what he is due so he stay on the Giants?.... hurry!!

I think blue and white pinstripes fit him best.

not.gonna.happen.
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by RYPTOUT:
Now can someone pay the kid what he is due so he stay on the Giants?.... hurry!!

I think blue and white pinstripes fit him best.

not.gonna.happen.

As long as he stays in San Fran I'm cool with it. I became a pretty big fan of his over the season and hope to get his jersey one of these days.
congrats.
I heard they renamed the trophy for Timmy. It's now call the High Young Award.


*lol*
  • BigRon
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Originally posted by DarthNiner:
I heard they renamed the trophy for Timmy. It's now call the High Young Award.


*lol*

hahahahahahaha. Way to go SMOKIN Ace
  • BigRon
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NL Cy Young Award Voting
Player  1st  2nd  3rd  Pts.
Tim Lincecum, SF  11  12  9  100
Chris Carpenter, STL  9  14  7  94
Adam Wainwright, STL  12  5  15  90


If the dope that left Carpenter off the ballot, for pitching 30 less innnings, had put him on, Carpenter wins. We need to find out who that was and send him a gift basket full of Giants paraphernalia.
Hell yeah!

Oh, and take that Card fans!
Do you think Cards fans are a little hot this afternoon?


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This is highway robbery.
Linecum’s won loss differential is 8 (15-7) & Carpenter’s is 13 (17-4). What’s more is that Carpenter had a better ERA. I guess the only thing that matters is strikeouts. I don’t get it. Seven other guys had 15 wins so what is the big deal there, and three guys had more wins than him. Woops, we already determined that wins and ERA do not matter. I would love a face to face meeting with the two gutless cowards that left Carpenter off the ballot. Is there any way to find out who they are? They would fit well in the Iranian elections. They stink.
Big Jim


Originally posted by BigRon:
NL Cy Young Award Voting
Player  1st  2nd  3rd  Pts.
Tim Lincecum, SF  11  12  9  100
Chris Carpenter, STL  9  14  7  94
Adam Wainwright, STL  12  5  15  90


If the dope that left Carpenter off the ballot, for pitching 30 less innnings, had put him on, Carpenter wins. We need to find out who that was and send him a gift basket full of Giants paraphernalia.

I think it was Keith Law, can't be 100% positive on that though. He still wouldn't have won, I think it's a 5-3-1 system for the points. Even if the votes for Haren and Vasquez went to Carpenter in the exact same positions, they would have tied at the very least.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Do you think Cards fans are a little hot this afternoon?


Quote:
This is highway robbery.
Linecum’s won loss differential is 8 (15-7) & Carpenter’s is 13 (17-4). What’s more is that Carpenter had a better ERA. I guess the only thing that matters is strikeouts. I don’t get it. Seven other guys had 15 wins so what is the big deal there, and three guys had more wins than him. Woops, we already determined that wins and ERA do not matter. I would love a face to face meeting with the two gutless cowards that left Carpenter off the ballot. Is there any way to find out who they are? They would fit well in the Iranian elections. They stink.
Big Jim



Originally posted by BigRon:
NL Cy Young Award Voting
Player  1st  2nd  3rd  Pts.
Tim Lincecum, SF  11  12  9  100
Chris Carpenter, STL  9  14  7  94
Adam Wainwright, STL  12  5  15  90


If the dope that left Carpenter off the ballot, for pitching 30 less innnings, had put him on, Carpenter wins. We need to find out who that was and send him a gift basket full of Giants paraphernalia.

Actually there were 2 voters that left Carp off the ballot. Even if they both gave him a 3rd place vote Timmy still wins. Carp needed a 1st and 2nd to win outright and a 1st and 3rd to tie.

The voting goes.. 5 -3-1
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by BigRon:
NL Cy Young Award Voting
Player  1st  2nd  3rd  Pts.
Tim Lincecum, SF  11  12  9  100
Chris Carpenter, STL  9  14  7  94
Adam Wainwright, STL  12  5  15  90


If the dope that left Carpenter off the ballot, for pitching 30 less innnings, had put him on, Carpenter wins. We need to find out who that was and send him a gift basket full of Giants paraphernalia.

I think it was Keith Law, can't be 100% positive on that though. He still wouldn't have won, I think it's a 5-3-1 system for the points. Even if the votes for Haren and Vasquez went to Carpenter in the exact same positions, they would have tied at the very least.

OOPS... just saw your post . Actually if Carpenter gets the 2nd and 3rd that went to Haren and Vazquez he would have still lost.
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on Nov 19, 2009 at 12:26 PM ]
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Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by BigRon:
NL Cy Young Award Voting
Player  1st  2nd  3rd  Pts.
Tim Lincecum, SF  11  12  9  100
Chris Carpenter, STL  9  14  7  94
Adam Wainwright, STL  12  5  15  90


If the dope that left Carpenter off the ballot, for pitching 30 less innnings, had put him on, Carpenter wins. We need to find out who that was and send him a gift basket full of Giants paraphernalia.

I think it was Keith Law, can't be 100% positive on that though. He still wouldn't have won, I think it's a 5-3-1 system for the points. Even if the votes for Haren and Vasquez went to Carpenter in the exact same positions, they would have tied at the very least.

OOPS... just saw your post and you are correct about the voting. As far as Keith Law ... I thought only the beat writers had votes. Are you sure that Law has a vote?

Just found it:

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Two voters, Will Carroll of Baseball Prospectus and Keith Law of ESPN.com, did not include Carpenter on their ballots.

Like you said, they would have tied if either one of them had put them on their ballots.