FanIQ Featured Writers' 2009 MLB Awards Predictions

4/6/09 in MLB   |   Raider_Dave   |   47 respect

Here at FanIQ, we look forward to the start of any major sports' season as much as anyone.  The Featured Writers who post much of what the FanIQ Community reads and posts comments to on a daily basis have decided to try our hand at 2009 Regular Season Awards for the upcoming season.  Feel free to weigh in with your choices or comment on ours in the comments section below, and please, be easy on our predictions.

  AL MVP NL MVP AL Cy Young NL Cy Young AL ROY NL ROY
Featured Writer            
Pat
 Carlos Quentin

OF Chicago White Sox
 Albert Pujols

1B
St. Louis Cardinals
 Roy Halladay

SP
Toronto Blue Jays
 Johan Santana

SP
New York Mets
 David Price

RP
Tampa Bay Rays
 Cameron Maybin

OF
Florida Marlins
snbslugger
 Mark Teixeira

1B
New York Yankees
 Albert Pujols

1B
St. Louis Cardinals
 Daisuke Matsuzaka

SP
Boston Red Sox
 Brandon Webb

SP
Arizona Diamondbacks
 Dave Price

RP
Tampa Bay Rays
 Cameron Maybin

OF
Florida Marlins
Raider_Dave
 Justin Morneau

1B
Minnesota Twins
David Wright 

3B
New York Mets
 Roy Halladay

SP
Toronto Blue Jays
 Dan Haren

SP
Arizona Diamondbacks
 Matt Wieters

C
Baltimore Orioles
 Jason Motte

RP
St. Louis Cardinals
gearhead
 Grady Sizemore

OF
Cleveland Indians
Albert Pujols 

1B
St. Louis Cardinals
 Roy Halladay

SP
Toronto Blue Jays
 Johan Santana

SP
New York Mets
 Matt Wieters

C
Baltimore Orioles
 Cameron Maybin

OF
Florida Marlins
Jubanator14
 Mark Teixeira

1B
New York Yankees
Ryan Howard 

1B
Philadelphia Phillies
 Roy Halladay

SP
Toronto Blue Jays
 Brandon Webb

SP
Arizona Diamondbacks
 Matt Wieters

C
Baltimore Orioles
 Cameron Maybin

OF
Florida Marlins
kramer
 Jason Bay

OF
Boston Red Sox
Albert Pujols 

1B
St. Louis Cardinals
 C.C. Sabathia

SP
New York Yankees
 Johan Santana

SP
New York Mets
 David Price

RP
Tampa Bay Rays
 Andrew McCutchen

OF
Pittsburgh Pirates
kantwistaye
 Evan Longoria

3B
Tampa Bay Rays
Manny Ramirez 

1B
Los Angeles Dodgers
 C.C. Sabathia

SP
New York Yankees
 Dan Haren

SP
Arizona Diamondbacks
 David Price

RP
Tampa Bay Rays
 Cameron Maybin

OF
Florida Marlins
Michael_Luchies
 Miguel Cabrera

1B
Detroit Tigers
 David Wright

3B
New York
Mets
 C.C. Sabathia

SP
New York Yankees
 Johan Santana

SP
New York Mets
 Matt LaPorta

OF
Cleveland Indians
 Jordan Schafer

OF
Atlanta Braves

 
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4/7/09   |   Reef PIE   |   1 respect

I like Kantwistaye picks.

4/6/09   |   Heyhey1970   |   194 respect

If the back-end of their bullpen looks like it did today, with Putz taking the 8th and K-Rod the 9th, David Wright will have every chance to win the NL MVP. 

4/6/09   |   gobigblue1960   |   4802 respect

Justin Verlander was lit up by the Blue Jays...so much for the Tigers and Verlander getting off to a fast start.

 

4/6/09   |   adrisoto86   |   117 respect

Josh Hamilton for AL MVP!!!

4/6/09   |   kantwistaye   |   4201 respect

With the exception of April 2008, CC Sabathia has been the best pitcher in baseball the past two years.  People need to stop letting their hatred of the Yankees pollute their thinking.

4/6/09   |   WhoDat12   |   2252 respect

primo wrote:
I like Luchies's list

So do I! Schafer is off to a great start! Go BRAVES!!

4/6/09   |   snbslugger

Spreadsheet looks great, nice job FanIQ code monkeys.

4/6/09   |   yanksawboy   |   6 respect

 I like Mark Texira as my MVP!

4/6/09   |   Michael_G   |   35059 respect

 oh yeah 6 runs 8 hits

4/6/09   |   Michael_G   |   35059 respect

 4.1 innings, 5 walks ZERO strikeouts.....

4/6/09   |   Pat   |   5134 respect

Michael_G wrote:
 Sabathia belongs in the NL. Today 2 wild pitches in the 1st inning, 3 runs giving up in the 3rd and he looks sloppy, good luck Yankees

He has always struggled in April. In the past 3 years, he has gone 4-4 in April with a 5.43 ERA. I'd love to predict doom and gloom, but it's a tad early.

4/6/09   |   Michael_G   |   35059 respect

 Sabathia belongs in the NL. Today 2 wild pitches in the 1st inning, 3 runs giving up in the 3rd and he looks sloppy, good luck Yankees

4/6/09   |   primo   |   1 respect

I like Luchies's list

4/6/09   |   Raider_Dave   |   47 respect

Michael_G wrote:
 Put down the pipe people, where's Lincecum????

In San Francisco, where playoff aspirations are low.  Lincecum is good, but on a losing team, I'm not sure he wraps it up two years in a row.  He would be my #2 or #3 choice though.

4/6/09   |   Michael_G   |   35059 respect

 Put down the pipe people, where's Lincecum????