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03-16-2004, 11:45 PM
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And this year's Cy Young winner...

Rick Nash! With an incredible win/loss record of 37-14.

runners up..
Gary Roberts: 26-17
Kris Draper: 24-16
Darcy Tucker: 21-11
Raffi Torres: 20-12

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??????????????????????

What are you talking about? Cy Young

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??????????????????????

What are you talking about? Cy Young
A lot more goals than assists...

Pitchers in baseball have a lot more wins than losses...

I think that's it anyway...

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A lot more goals than assists...

Pitchers in baseball have a lot more wins than losses...

I think that's it anyway...
Ah... I... guess. I don't know squat about baseball though so that's why I had no idea what he was saying. The only player name I know in baseball is Denis Martinez because I heard about him when he played for the expos... that's it

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It's better that way anyway. But how come haven't you heard of Alex Rodriguez and his 10-year, 250 million dollars contract? I mean, that's national news worthy. He could almost makes Forbes list of richest people just for playing freaking baseball. Nuts.

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It's better that way anyway. But how come haven't you heard of Alex Rodriguez and his 10-year, 250 million dollars contract? I mean, that's national news worthy. He could almost makes Forbes list of richest people just for playing freaking baseball. Nuts.
I don't know... I just never paid any attention to baseball at all. I never listen when they talk about it on TV and I just turn the pages when I see something about it in the papers... I'm just not interested. Heck, the only team logos I recognize are the Expos and Yankees. I'm just interested in hockey and soccer, the other sports I know absolutely nothing about. If you ask me to name even one NFL player I wouldn't be able to do it... I know it's kinda pathetic but that's the way I am

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Ah... I... guess. I don't know squat about baseball though so that's why I had no idea what he was saying. The only player name I know in baseball is Denis Martinez because I heard about him when he played for the expos... that's it
Don't know much about baseball either. But I think Cy Young winners usually have something like 20-6 records... something along those lines...

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Rick Nash's numbers are pretty skewed. I wonder if thats just a reflection of his team, or the style of his play.


Electric: Forza Buffon! Forza Juve! Too bad no Champs League or Scudetto this year

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Here's a few more winning pitchers.

Jonathan Cheechoo 21-16
Brian Gionta 19-7
Ethan Moreau 17-10
Mark Parrish 17-9

But man, Rich Nash runs away and hides with his Cy Young Award.

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I don't know... I just never paid any attention to baseball at all. I never listen when they talk about it on TV and I just turn the pages when I see something about it in the papers... I'm just not interested. Heck, the only team logos I recognize are the Expos and Yankees. I'm just interested in hockey and soccer, the other sports I know absolutely nothing about. If you ask me to name even one NFL player I wouldn't be able to do it... I know it's kinda pathetic but that's the way I am
You're from Montreal... so you know who Eric Gagne is right?

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Here are the top ten Cy Young award winners:

player g a diff
Nash 37 14 23
Gionta 19 7 12
Tucker 21 11 10
Roberts 26 17 9
Iginla 36 28 8
Draper 24 16 8
Torres 20 12 8
Parrish 17 9 8
Moreau 17 10 7
Simon 16 10 6


...and the anti-Cy Young winners:

player g a diff
Gomez 10 47 -37
Gonchar 9 43 -34
Weight 13 46 -33
Conroy 5 35 -30
Tanguay 25 54 -29
Zubov 6 33 -27
Mara 5 32 -27
Thornton 21 47 -26
Bertuzzi 17 43 -26
Koivu 13 39 -26

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You're from Montreal... so you know who Eric Gagne is right?
No idea.

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Jonathan Cheechoo 21-16
Picked up 2 more "wins" last nite.....23-16 now

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No idea.
He actually won the REAL Cy Young last year.. he was runner up to Mike Weir for Canadian Athlete of the year. He's from Montreal.

I hate baseball more than anyone else and I knew that.

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Dean McAmmond is 17-13.
Marcus Nilson is 4-0 since coming to the Flames.

Nash wins this award hands down. 37-14.... wow !! Look out Roy Halladay.

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