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Thread: AL and NL Rookie of the Year Award Winners

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    AL and NL Rookie of the Year Award Winners

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    Bailey, Coghlan win Rookies of the Year

    Sam Borden
    November 16

    A’s pitcher Andrew Bailey and Marlins outfielder Chris Coghlan are the AL and NL Rookies of the Year.

    UPDATE, 2:03 p.m.: Here’s the breakdown of the AL balloting (1st-2nd-3rd place votes – total points):

    Andrew Bailey, Oakland Athletics (13-6-5 — 88 points)
    Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers (8-6-7 — 65 points)
    Rick Porcello, Detroit Tigers (7-8-5 — 64 points)
    Jeff Niemann, Tampa Bay Rays (0-5-6 — 21 points)
    Gordon Beckham, Chicago White Sox (0-2-4 — 10 points)
    Brett Anderson, Oakland Athletics (0-1-1 — 4 points)

    And here’s the breakdown of the NL ballotting:

    Chris Coghlan, Florida Marlins (17-6-2 — 105 points)
    J.A. Happ, Philadelphia Phillies (10-11-11 — 94 points)
    Tommy Hanson, Atlanta Braves (2-6-9 — 37 points)
    Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates (2-5-0 — 25 points)
    Casey McGehee, Milwaukee Brewers (1-3-4 – 18 points)
    Randy Wells, Chicago Cubs (0-1-0 — 3 points)
    Garret Jones, Pittsburgh Pirates (0-0-2 — 2 points)
    Everth Cabrera, San Diego Padres (0-0-1 — 1 point)
    Dexter Fowler, Colorado Rockies (0-0-1 — 1 point)
    Gerardo Parra, Arizona Diamondbacks (0-0-1 — 1 point)
    Colby Rasmus, St. Louis Cardinals (0-0-1 — 1 point)

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    I disagree with both picks.

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    I think Brett Anderson and Hanson or McCutchen should have won it.

    Those 3 are studs...not that the winners aren't very nice talents in their own rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWeaverFan View Post
    I disagree with both picks.
    You have no idea who Chris Coghlan is, do you?

    lol

    Regardless, Happ and Hanson both pitched tremendously...

    I think the right man won in the NL though...
    Last edited by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite; 11-16-2009 at 07:39 PM.

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    If only Hanson had a bigger sample size. The kid was lights out in the second half.

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