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CHAD GREEN FOR THE STIEB

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1 CHAD GREEN FOR THE STIEB on Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:34 pm

Last season, Chad Green had an excellent season and won the Henke award.  He also got votes for the Stieb Award but Max Scherzer was just ahead of him in too many categories for him to take that award.

This season there is no Scherzer, but there is a Green!

See the pitching categories where Chad Green is rated Number One:
ERA (1.99)
Batting Average Against
Slugging Against
OPS
Hits per 9 innings
Runners per 9 innings (Tied)
Strike Outs per 9 innings
HR against per 9 innings
Runs Created per 27 outs
Runs Created ERA
Component ERA
TB+BB+HBP Rate
TB+BB Rate
Games Pitched

He was also #3 for On Base and #7 in the league for strike outs as a reliever!!

And he was 246% over on his usage (over 100 innings more than his MLB innings).

Pretty clear he had no peer in season 29!!

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2 Seconded on Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:56 pm

Full disclosure: Green gets my vote for Stieb, Henke and a 3rd place for Alomar even....

Rawken Hawks wrote:Last season, Chad Green had an excellent season and won the Henke award.  He also got votes for the Stieb Award but Max Scherzer was just ahead of him in too many categories for him to take that award.

This season there is no Scherzer, but there is a Green!

See the pitching categories where Chad Green is rated Number One:
ERA (1.99)
Batting Average Against
Slugging Against
OPS
Hits per 9 innings
Runners per 9 innings (Tied)
Strike Outs per 9 innings
HR against per 9 innings
Runs Created per 27 outs
Runs Created ERA
Component ERA
TB+BB+HBP Rate
TB+BB Rate
Games Pitched

He was also #3 for On Base and #7 in the league for strike outs as a reliever!!

And he was 246% over on his usage (over 100 innings more than his MLB innings).

Pretty clear he had no peer in season 29!!

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3 Re: CHAD GREEN FOR THE STIEB on Thu Dec 06, 2018 4:21 pm

Considered. Clear Henke winner but I determined he didn't have enough innings to give him the nod as best pitcher this season.

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4 INNINGS on Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:09 pm

Each person can use their own criteria, but 176 innings is a pretty substantial body of work over his 95 games (meaning there were only 68 games where he didn't appear!!).
MLB pitchers need one inning per game played by the team to qualify for the ERA title (so 162 innings) and Green topped that by 14 innings so I think he should be considered against any pitcher in the league for any award....
Would a pitcher like Yusmeiro Petit also be not considered if he was the best in the league since he only had 185 innings because he was a one start pitcher in MLB with low stamina that was made unlimited in TBGBL?
How about a 480 plate appearance batter who lead the league in every offensive slash category? Doesn't qualify due to limited playing time although he was clearly the top batter?
Personally I think the best is the best as Ken has pointed out....

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