I agree. I think Greinke will get it and I think there's definitely a case for it. It wouldn't be an egregious decision at all. I was just responding
LOL. Hey, maybe slightly. But I called out my rationale, and it was a) parity in the AL East and B) the almost inevitable improvements from multiple
If you compare Drew's OPS to the league average for #9 hitters, he'd be third best with his .663 OPS (#1 at a team level is .680). This isn't apples
That's always been clear.
Let's see what the final standings are though. Bet it's about 92 wins.
Depends on which version of WAR you use. In either case, I agree there's a strong case to be made that Kershaw has pitched better than Greinke this year.