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Thread: 1907 Post-Season Awards Thread

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    1907 Post-Season Awards Thread

    Starting this season, teams will only need to vote for top 5 players for MVP, and Ol Hoss award winners. And top 2 for Rookie of the Year
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    Here are batting stats sorted by OPS, and pitchers sorted by ERA
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    Top rookie of the Year candidates:

    Walter Johnson, LAQ - 7-12, 2.45 ERA, 143IP, 81K, i Shutout
    Nap Rucker, LAQ - 11-18, 2.97 ERA, 236IP, 127K, 0 Shutout
    Bobby Byrne, DET - .270 AVG, .306 OBP, .325 SLG, 13 2B, 6 3B, 3 HR, 59R, 67 RBI, 8SB
    George Bell, DET - 16-16, 2.95ERA, 262IP, 81K, 5 Shutouts
    John Kane, KK - .238 AVG, .296 OBP, .333 SLG, 11 2B, 2 3B, 6 HR, 55 R, 48 RBI, 37 SB
    Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

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    ROY
    Bobby Byrne
    George Bell

    MVP
    Beaumont
    Cobb
    Crawford
    Magee
    Wagner

    HOSS
    Plank
    Lundgren
    Glade
    Siever
    Young
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    ROY
    George Bell, Tigers - helped anchor a pitching staff that out-performed expectations
    Bobby Byrne, Tigers - arguably the 2nd best hitter on a 90-win team

    MVP

    Ty Cobb, Rams - Tied for the batting title, Led league in RBI's and top ten in runs scored. Add to that 32 SB's and you have an MVP season.

    Sherry Magee, Pioneers - 4th in batting average, 102 runs scored and 92 RBI's for the division champions.

    Honus Wagner, Kumquats/Sharks - Another stellar season. top 10 in batting average, doubles, Home Runs, runs, stolen bases, and RBI's

    Elmer Flick, Pioneers - Batting average was low, but his production was still awesome.

    Ginger Beaumont, Tigers - Batting average co-leader, he was the best offensive player on a team that won 90 games


    Ol Hoss

    Cy Young, Tigers - 24-7 record speaks for itself. His 2.23 ERA was still top 10 material.

    Mordecai Brown, Angels - had he pitched through the end of the season, the Angels have a shot at winning the division, and he walks away with the award. Most dominant pitcher in baseball

    Eddie Plank, Bums -Nice to see Plank finally living up to his potential. lost a lot of games, but with a 1.80 ERA, i think a lot of that wasn't his fault.

    Carl Lundgren, Inmates - 17-8 record with a sub 2.00 ERA for a team that finished in 4th place. He was pretty dominant this season.

    Harry Howell, Spiders - With apologies to Bender and Walsh, had to find a spot for the best player on the division winning Spiders. 3rd in wins and 11th in ERA
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    RoY
    Nap Rucker - Rucker put up similar ERA to Bell over a comparable number of innings, but with more K's. He also did it with a terrible defense behind him
    George Bell

    MVP
    Ginger Beaumont
    Sam Crawford
    Honus Wagner
    Ty Cobb
    Sherry Magee

    Old Hoss
    Eddie Plank
    Mordecai Brown
    Carl Lundgren
    Cy Young
    Harry Howell
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    MVP
    1. Ginger Beaumont - Amazing season, my definitive choice for MVP
    2. Sam Crawford - Anchor for Fargo
    3. Ty Cobb - Stellar season
    4. Honus Wagner - Great stats overall
    5. Spike Shannon - My Dark Horse candidate - Impressive work not to mention 77 SB!

    Ol Hoss
    1. Mordecai Brown - 0.91 WHIP and many other impressive stats, my winner
    2. Carl Lundgren - Very impressive stats for the year
    3. Jake Weimer - "Dark Horse candidate for Ol Hoss" - I think his record would have been better without the number of unearned runs crossing the plate. Impressive overall stats
    4. Eddie Plank - Monster season
    5. Chief Bender - I could honestly put him anywhere in 2-5, all of these guys were impressive

    RoY
    1. Nap Rucker - I have to agree with my colleague from LAQ, with solid defensive support, he would have been even better
    2. George Bell - Solid stats
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    ROY
    Bobby Byrne
    Nap Rucker

    MVP
    George Beaumont
    Ty Cobb
    Sam Crawford
    Honus Wagner
    Sherry Magee


    HOSS
    Mordecai Brown
    Eddie Plank
    Carl Lundgren
    Tully Sparks
    Cy Young
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