Hader has indeed been otherworldly this year, other than his HR rate.baseball has a funny way of evening things out... Brewers have been overperforming massively and it's catching up to them.
Hader hasn't been otherworldly this year, although watching tonight's Hilliard HR, that looked like a juiced ball special + Coors special to me.
He, by a fair margin, had the most playing time on the team? He split time between CF and RF, and a lot of his poor WAR is due to poorly rated defense.I guess each year the Blue Jays players are asked to vote on some internal team awards, so that Mike Wilner from SportsNet can write an article I guess.
Anyway, Blue Jays players award Randal Grichuk their MVP award, after putting up 0.5 WAR campaign
I guess WAR doesn't count for everything, but there were 10 batters and 10 pitchers with a higher WAR than Randal Grichuk. Any one of the three young MLB sons would've been a better choice
What a joke. The writer says that he threw out one players votes because he didn't take it seriously, but I'm wondering if any players tool it seriously