Perhaps there is hope for the writers who vote for the Major League Baseball awards, after all. Then again, it's always one step forward, two steps back with these guys. One might hope that the preponderance of advanced statistical evidence might educate voters for awards such as Cy Young, MVP, ROY and the Gold Glove. After all, as younger and (hopefully) more enlightened writers obtain voting rights, the subjective manner of awarding players should improve. One possible example of this is Zack Greinke winning the Cy Young award today. In the "old" days, many voters used such sad stats as won-loss records as a judge of the best pitcher. In that regard, Greinke wouldn't have had a chance. His victory total (16) matched that of Arizona's Brandon Webb three years ago for the fewest by a start ...
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