The Ladies… MLB Awards 2009 are now open for voting!

I don’t know if we’ve done anything like this before, but basically, you go here and vote. Do it. Now.

If you’re one of those crazies who thinks Ryan Howard should be in the MVP discussion, or if I got one of the teams wrong, or you just want to explain yourself further, you can leave a comment. One of my picks is after the jump, and some of the other Ladies… will probably be adding theirs over the course of the next week or so.

Think! Vote! Discuss!

Crane’s NL Cy Young – Tim Lincecum. Chris Carpenter can take his “If that game right there doesn’t solidify [Adam Wainwright] as the best pitcher in the league, then I’m can’t imagine what would” and do something anatomically impossible with it – numbers don’t lie (assuming they’re sufficiently advanced), and Lincecum’s 8.0 WAR is a touch ahead of the spectacular Joe Mauer’s. Carpenter and Wainwright are each 5.5 WAR players, right around Matt Kemp’s value.

9 thoughts on “The Ladies… MLB Awards 2009 are now open for voting!

  1. Sorry Rockies Fans, but by way of comparison, Dexter Fowler is only batting 261/392/773 with 4 HRs & 33 RBI. Not only is McGehee batting better, but he’s got 3 times the HR’s and almost twice the RBI. McGehee’s also done it with 120 fewer plate appearances (because of injury) than Fowler.

    • I’d have to disagree. Nolan Reimold has less at bats (and won’t get anymore due to an achilles injury) and has a better avg, obp, and slg percentage. He also has more home runs and hits. But for some reason, I think that we’ll see a pitcher win the AL ROY. Between Porcello and Bailey, there’s a good chance.

  2. I’m not going to vote because I know nothing about what’s been going on in the NL, and once Ricky Romero dropped out of the ROY race I stopped paying attention. But I want to make my case for Roy Halladay as MVP.

    If it is in fact the measure of the person who has made the biggest impact for their team, then look at what Roy has done for the team. Not only did he have impact in stopping losing streaks and always keeping his team in the game, but the impact he’s had on the string of rookie pitchers that made up the rest of Toronto’s starting rotation (locally known as Doc and the Interns) is immeasurable. They’ve performed beyond expectations and they would be the first to tell you that being able to see Doc prepare has taught them about pitching.

    I can’t think of any other player that’s meant so much this year.

  3. Of all the years for Scott Feldman to make a huge impact (last two starts notwithstanding), and it has to be the Year of the Greinke. I’m hoping for a top 5 finish for Scooter, and a repeat of this season next year. :)

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