Oh well, it is the end of the season and time to vote for the best players of the season. How fake are these guys? Maybe I am taking exception to the order they are in, I am not sure.
Polin Ordaz: Is he here because he had an above average season? 50 Stolen bases maybe? I don't buy it for one second.
Renyel Manuel: Okay, I could vote for him though he is an underachiever if you ask me.
Robinson Montgomery: I like his .301 average and SBs. Good CF but Manuel plays a good 3B, tough choice.
Rick Ramsay: Plays a good 1B, good numbers but strikes out too much for my taste.
Yamid Ordaz: Has good numbers but just doesn't rate in my books as of yet.
So it boils down to Manuel and Montgomery, which is the better choice?
Terrence Beckett: Found a home in LA this year. Somewhat good numbers but is he playing for a big contract next year?
Deven Wilfredo: What a year this rookie had! Is he the guy in the Expo offense though?
Del Alvarez: Good numbers in the Average department but seems light elsewhere! I just have a hard time voting for a DH.
Paul Chiba: Had a relatively average season if you ask me.
Clark Parrish: I find it odd that he strikes out so much.
I am at a total loss here, I like the top two and can't decide.
NL Cy Young
Jacob Nixon: No problem here, he has the best numbers across the board.
AL Cy Young
Cedrick Swann: No offensive help in Vancouver to start the season and was happy for the trade. His numbers even say he is the best.
Deven Wilfredo: This one is easy.
Aaron Gload: I won't deny he had a good season on a good team in a tough home park.
Art Nixon: How does Mexico City get these odd players to play as well as they do? I wish he had more AB's
Jose Espinosa: Too bad his season was cut short a bit with an injury.
Steve Bradley: Just doesn't have the record to compete with the others.
Vic Gabriel: I expect good things in the future from this kid. Not bad for a utility guy.
This one is between Gload and Gabriel.....I am leaning toward Gabriel because Gload gave up too many dingers.