What about comeback players of the year?
Last year- 122 G, 415 AB, 36 R, 66 H, 115 TB, 16 2B, 11 HR, 42 RBI, 75 BB, 177 SO, .159 AVG, .292 OBP, .277 SLG, .596 OPSAll career lows. He had a forgettable year even embarrassing
THIS YEAR- 82 G, 286 AB, 47 R, 60 H, 115 TB, 11 2B, 25 HR, 60 RBI, 66 BB, 130 SO, .210 AVG, .358 OBP, .510 SLG, .868 OPS
He deserves this not because of avg. But all other numbers dwarf last years in almost half the games.
NL- Buster Posey
No numbers needed here. After the tragic knee injury last year its hard to come back the way he has. More a mental thing than anything else. He could've lost his mind after what happened but he worked hard to come back and play as well as he has. He could've easil
Quit or just not been able to play at the level he was at. Real gamer
LAST YEARS NUMBERS- 18 GS, 7 W, 7 L, 1 CG, 1 SHO, 111.2 IP, 117 H, 61 R, 61 ER, 10 HRA, 24 BB, 95 K, .268 OBA, 1.28 WHIP
Another sub-par injury plagued season raised questions as to if the white sox made a bad move, and if peavy could everget back to his dominating self.
THIS YEAR- 17 GS, 7 W, 5 L, 2.85 ERA, 4 CG, 1 SHO, 120 IP, 95 H, 40 R, 38 ER, 12 HRA, 26 BB, 108 K, .213 OBA, .99 WHIP
Peavy's having an outstanding year. Even though his numbers aren't much different, hes already pitched more innings and given up 21 less runs. Looks like hes obser his way
Back to stardom. He gets this mainly for being hurt and not pitching much do to injuries last couple of years.
NL- johan santana
Here again no numbers necessary. He didn't pitch last year and for the most part he has been dominant all year. Having pitched a no-no I think that's enough to give him the nod