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  • Jermz
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    Roy

    I am hoping for Matt Cain in the NL and praying that O's outfielder Nick Markakis will make a big enough impact during Spring Training to win a spot and prove that he is ROY material.

    What about D'Backs Conor Jackson? I like that guy a lot and saw a lot of him playing in college here at Cal Berkeley. I think he should still be eligible right?

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  • Dravecky43
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    Matt Cain in the National League, someone else in the American.

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  • Yankee Legend
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    Originally posted by Astro
    You are aware that there is a rookie of the year award for both the NL and AL, correct?
    yes, why do you ask?

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  • iPod
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    It had better be Cain; the Giants need him to perform.

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  • racosun
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    Justin Verlander (AL) and Ryan Zimmerman (NL).

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  • Astro
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    Originally posted by Yankee Legend
    some possibilties:

    bentacourt from SEA
    mccann from ATL if eligible
    duke from PIT
    zimmerman from WAS
    melky cabrera for NYY (if damon does terribly)
    langerhans from ATL (if eligible)
    You are aware that there is a rookie of the year award for both the NL and AL, correct?

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  • Yankee Legend
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    some possibilties:

    bentacourt from SEA
    mccann from ATL if eligible
    duke from PIT
    zimmerman from WAS
    melky cabrera for NYY (if damon does terribly)
    langerhans from ATL (if eligible)

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  • Astro
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    Front Runner: Matt Cain, SF
    Has a Chance: Jeremy Hermida, FLA. Hanley Ramirez, FLA. Ryan Zimmerman, WAS. Anthony Reyes, STL.
    Darkhorse: Cole Hamels, PHI.

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  • KCGHOST
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    Originally posted by trosmok
    Zach Duke. Started his MLB career 6-0, and went 8-2 for the abbreviated '05 debut, 1.81 era, and beat HOF sure thing Maddux 3-1 in one of the finest pitching matchups I've ever seen in my life.
    Duke hurled 84 innings last year. To be eligible for the RoY a pitcher cannot have pitched more than 50 innings.

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  • trosmok
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    Pirates phenom

    Zach Duke. Started his MLB career 6-0, and went 8-2 for the abbreviated '05 debut, 1.81 era, and beat HOF sure thing Maddux 3-1 in one of the finest pitching matchups I've ever seen in my life.

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  • west coast orange and black
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    i second the nomination from my good friend of the pacific west coast - big matt cain

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  • KHenry14
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    Matt Cain of the Giants is poised for the ROY. Threw a two hit shutout in his third start in the Bigs. Kid can play.

    KH14

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  • wilkerson_rulz-06
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    2006 Roy

    Who will win it? Who will have the best season?

    RYAN ZIMMERMAN!!



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