Tuesday, October 07, 2014

NL West MVPs & Cy Youngs

Finishing up our tour around Major League Baseball, we make our last stop to review the National League West's MVPs and Cy Youngs.


Arizona Diamondbacks:
MVP - Paul Goldschmidt .300/.938, 75 R, 39 DBL, 19 HR, 69 RBI, 9 SB, 4.5 WAR.

CY - Josh Collmenter 11-9, 33 G, 28 GS, 179.1 IP, 115 K, 3.46/1.13, 2.4 WAR.

Colorado Rockies:
MVP - Corey Dickeson .312/.931, 74 R, 27 DBL, 6 TRPL, 24 HR, 76 RBI, 8 SB, 3.4 WAR.

CY - Jorge De La Rosa 14-11, 32 GS, 184.1 IP, 139 K, 4.10/1.24, 2.4 WAR.

Los Angeles Dodgers:
MVP - Yasiel Puig .296/.863, 92 R, 37 DBL, 9 TRPL, 16 HR, 69 RBI, 11 SB, 5.4 WAR.

CY - Clayton Kershaw 21-3, 27 GS, 198.1 IP, 239 K, 1.77/0.86, 7.5 WAR.

San Diego Padres:
MVP - Seth Smith .266/.807, 55 R, 31 DBL, 5 TRPL, 12 HR, 48 RBI, 3.9 WAR.

CY - Tyson Ross 13-14, 31 GS, 195.2 IP, 195 K, 2.81/1.21, 2.4 WAR.

San Francisco Giants:
MVP - Buster Posey .311/.854, 72 R, 28 DBL, 22 HR, 89 RBI, 5.2 WAR.

CY - Madison Bumgarner 18-10, 33 GS, 217.1 IP, 219 K, 2.98/1.09, 4.0 WAR.

*Players had to be with the same team the entire season (ex- Huston Street couldn't be the Padres Cy Young, because he was traded to the Angels).

*Pitchers are considered solely for the Cy Young, not MVP.

*On offense the big numbers aren't all that count, as defense and base running are part of the equation too.

1 comment:

Bob D said...

Stanton or McCutchen as MVP, unless you count pitchers then maybe Kershaw who should have CyYoung with Cuerto or Wainwright runner up