I say Roger still gets it. He's only 5 wins behind the NL win leader now, since the Astros have picked things up of late, and he's getting a little more run support now. Plus, if they nab the Wild Card (which they're now in position to do), that'll help his cause a little. I just see no way the voters can get around his absolutely mind-boggling ERA that's in the 1.3 range now. That's unbelievable. If he can get up to at least 15 wins, I think he's got a solid chance at it. Considering the way he's still going right now, I hope he doesn't lay it up and retire. I'd love for him to keep up this pace for another year or two...
Anyone else following MLB, or am I talking to myself in here?!
Twins won tonight while being one hit by the White Sox...good thing Johan was on the moundI wouldn't put anyone's name on the Cy Young just yet
13-6He's also 6-1 since the All Star Break and basically pitched 3 straight shut outs. I don't think its totally out of the question yet. Without any real AL candidates to boot
Rivera has the same record and # of Saves as Joe Nathan, what separates them? Because he plays in New York?
Unless you're David Ortiz the Boston Red Sox, you do not want to face Rivera.
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