Ballot 2010 Awards

 

Rank in order  1st 2nd 3rd

 

Staub Ballot 

 

Cy Young Award Candidates

C.C. Sabathia     Longue Pointe Loggers2.86 22 - 6,  +62 Whip, 190 Ks, 20 HR. CC led CBA with 22 wins and was at the top of LPs rotation

Tim Lincecum     Longue Pointe Loggers:  2.43 17 3,   -1 Whip, 267 Ks, 13 HR.  Big game pitcher, Lincecum had few poor starts and dominated opponents.

Brian Wilson       Allentown Senators:       2.30  1 - 3, 22 sv, 82Ks in 66 IP, .293 IRSC, .203 Opp BA. .  Wilson was a lone bright spot for Allentown.

Andrew Bailey    Joliet (Skokie 11 via trade)    2.29   7 - 4, 26 sv, 66K, 64 IP.  Joliets bullpen ace had awesome year almost taking team to playoffs on his back 

John Danks         Kennesaw Mt               2.81   16 - 8, +19 Whip, 2 SHO, 5 CG, .215 Opp avg.  Danks was sensational, great record for sub .500 team

Jared Washburn  Limoilou Wendigo         2.60   15 4, +25 Whip, 87 Ks.  Ace with key wins vs Contenders SD, LP {3}, Maine, Mont, Ohio.

Dan Haren          San Diego Surf              3.54   21 - 9, +28 Whip, 215 Ks, 8 CG, 2 SHO Led SD staff in wins. Led CBA in IP per start 7.1

Felix Hernandez  San Diego Surf              3.62   18 11, 214 Ks  Helped San Diego in playoff push.

Scott Feldman    Montreal Crows            3.14    11 - 8, 17 Qual St, 14 HR, +50, Feldman was the Contending Montreal Staff Ace.  Several key wins

 

 

Most Valuable Player Candidates

Ichiro Suzuki      Longue Pointe Loggers   .333 5 HR  47 RBI, 33 SB, 208 hits Flawless defense, and holding runners. Stats dont tell how valuable he was.

Brandon Phillips Longue Pointe Loggers   .305 20 HR 96RBI, 35SB, Phillips was Dawson winning Loggers best player.  Won big games with glove, speed and bat

Kevin Youkilis   San Diego Surf               .348 21 HR 79RBI, 22HB, 29 2B, 97BB, 109 Runs.  Youkilis was SD offense catalyst. Made 1 error all season.

Hanley Ramirez  Allentown Senators        .336  24 HR 93RBI, 38SB, .410 OBA, 1.064 Totavg, .964 prod.  Ramirez was the Allentown offense in 10.

Paul Konerko    High Bridge Heaters        .267 24 HR 109RBI, Konerko was an excellent clutch hitter for High Bridge.

Aaron Hill          Joliet Jackhammers         .291 37 HR 114 RBI, 190 Hits.  Led 2B in Staub in HR. 2nd in Hits, 4th RBI,  Super defense at 2B.

Adrian Gonzalez Maine Express               .337 49 HR  119 RBI, 185 Hits 35 2B, 120 runs, 109 BB, Gonzalez led Staub in HR& runs,  2nd RBI, 2 BB.

Prince Fielder    Limoilou Wendigo           .297 35 HR, 115 RBI, 5 3B, 109 runs, 118 BB, Fielder was top Limoilou run producer, clutch hitter.

Ben Zobrist       Kennesaw Mt                  .291 37 HR  96 RBI, 99 runs, 90 BB, 18 SB.  Almost a trade casualty, Zobrist carried KMount as a near contender.

Juan Rivera       Montreal Crows               .313 32 HR  98 RBI, .563 slg. Crows MVP but look at his Aug-Sept game logs, wow. He was unreal in 2010.

Adam Lind       New Jersey Beatles           .321 43 HR 120 RBI, .382 OBA, 1.007 Totavg, .995 Prod, Lind did all this for a last place team with 50 wins.

Jason Kubel     Ohio Thundercats             .308 28 HR  108 RBI, 38 2B, 4 3B, Kubel had a great year as Ohio Clean up hitter.

 

Jay Johnstone Award Tenth Man

Rajai Davis        Montreal Crows               .343 1 HR 47 RBI, 57 SB, 70 runs, 131 hits, 383 AB, 136 games.

Juan Pierre         Joliet Jackhammers          .334  0 HR, 31` RBI, 49 SB,

Torii Hunter       Longue Pointe Loggers     .291  20 HR  58 RBI, 17 SB, 374 AB

Aramis Ramirez Longue Pointe Loggers     .315  19 HR  55 RBI, 289 AB.

Carlos Quentin  New Jersey Beatles           .275  22 HR  52 RBI

Mike Diaz         Ohio Thundercats              .384 10 HR  46 RBI, 12 SB, 123 Hits, 320 AB. 119 games

Manny Ramirez  San Diego Surf                 .275  22HR  66 RBI, 360 AB.

Carlos Beltran   Limoilou Wendigo              .349  6 HR  46 RBI, 14 SB,

 

Player of the Year Award

John Danks         Kennesaw Mt               2.81   16 - 8, +19 Whip, 2 SHO, 5 CG, .215 Opp avg.  Danks was sensational, great record for sub .500 team

Hanley Ramirez  Allentown Senators        .336  24 HR 93RBI, 38SB, .410 OBA, 1.064 Tot avg, .964 prod.  Ramirez was the Allentown offense in 10

Juan Rivera       Montreal Crows               .313 32 HR  98 RBI, .563 slg. Crows MVP but look at his Aug-Sept game logs, wow. He was unreal in 2010.

Adam Lind       New Jersey Beatles           .321 43 HR 120 RBI, .382 OBA, 1.007 Tot avg, .995 Prod, Lind did all this for a last place team with 50 wins.

C.C. Sabathia     Longue Pointe Loggers2.86 22 - 6,  +62 Whip, 190 Ks, 20 HR. CC led CBA with 22 wins and was at the top of LPs rotation

Tim Lincecum     Longue Pointe Loggers:  2.43 17 3,   -1 Whip, 267 Ks, 13 HR.  Big game pitcher, Lincecum had few poor starts and dominated opponents.

Rajai Davis        Montreal Crows               .343 1 HR 47 RBI, 57 SB, 70 runs, 131 hits, 383 AB, 136 games.

Dan Haren          San Diego Surf              3.54   21 - 9, +28 Whip, 215 Ks, 8 CG, 2 SHO Led SD staff in wins. Led CBA in IP per start 7.1

Kevin Youkilis   San Diego Surf               .348 21 HR 79RBI, 22HB, 29 2B, 97BB, 109 Runs.  Youkilis was SD offense catalyst. Made 1 error all season.

 

Reliever of the Year Award

David Aardsma     (OTR)                       
Jonathan Broxton  (LWD)                      
Andrew Bailey      (JJC)                        
Brian Wilson        (ANR)                        

Franks Francisco (LLD)  

Mike Wuertz        (ANR) 18 holds   

Fernando Rodney  (MCD) 17 holds, 20 rolaid pts.

 

Manager of the Year Award

Dennis Concepcion LP

Jeff Boutet     Limoilou

Doug Brunet  Montreal

Jack Frost  Joliet

Joe Wallace  San Diego

Mike Koepp  Maine

John Miller  High Bridge

 

Clemente Ballot 

 

MVP Award Candidates

Joe Mauer   Ottawa Otters                   .368 27 HR  79 RBI, 201 hits, 142 games.  Led CBA by .20 pts in batting. Career year

Billy Butler  Stirling Red Sox            .331 25 HR  109 RBI, 204 hits, 54 2B, 2nd in Clem BA. This guys was a super star last season charging Redsox offense.

Albert Pujols  Indiana Redbirds        .327  58 HR  137 RBI, 123 runs, 11 SB, 53 2B.  Pujols defense was super, led CBA in HR, 2nd in RBI.

Ryan Howard   Brooklyn Superbas    .277  55 HR  145 RBI, 109 runs.  Howard was 2nd in HR, Led in RBI, Super clutch hitter. Many big hits for Brooklyn.

Chase Utley     Philly Phantastics     .282  36 HR  99 RBI, 105 runs, 10 SB, 25 HB, Utley was Clemente's premier 2B leading Philly Schmidt title offense.

Ryan Braun      Brooklyn Superbas    .304  34 HR  121 RBI, 118 runs, 22 SB, 5 3B, Brooklyn's #3 hitter did it all. Big games player awesome down stretch esp vs Carolina.

Justin Morneau Cooperstown            .281  38 HR  98 RBI   Morneau paced the Cooperstown offense that nearly made the playoffs

Justin Verlander Philly Phantastics    2.56   23 - 9, 239 IP, 270 K's Sho, 5 CG, Ace for Philly. Led CBA in wins.

Matt Holliday     Southwest LKings    .310  31 HR  104 RBI, 73 BB, 6 SB, Holliday wasa clutch SWest performer in '10.

Miguel Cabrera  Brooklyn Superbas   .320  33 HR  115 RBI, 194 Hits. Cabrera drove in key runs in Brooklyn playoff run.

David Ortiz        Ottawa Otters           .230  39 HR  115 RBI.  Papi again adds to his Hall of Fame career totals.

Adam Dunn       CarolinaCopperheads.241  38 HR   89 RBI  Dunn is under rated. His power fueled Carolina's Parker title offense.

Derek Jeter       Philly Phantastics    .311  17 HR  69 RBI, 205 Hits, .370 oba, 27 SB, 750 PA, 28 Sac, 16 game streak.  Did all the little things with pop.

Brain McCann  Cooperstown             .311  21 HR  80 RBI, .891 Tot avg, Tremendous offensive season at catcher position.  helped CTown to final week.

 

 

Cy Young Award Candidates

 

Justin Verlander Philly Phantastics    2.56   23 - 9, 239 IP, 270 K's Sho, 5 CG, Ace for Philly. Led CBA in wins. 2nd in CBA leading Clem in ERA.

John Johnson    Carolina Cpperheads 2.51   21 - 5, 208 IP, 173 K's +10 Whip, 168 hits, 15 HR, Ace for Carolina. 3rd CBA in wins.

Zack Greinke    Philly Phantastics     3.24   19 - 6, +51, 231 K's, 23 QS, Greinke was lights out in many games, and was second in Clem for K's.

Chris Carpenter  Carolina               3.18   15 - 5, +27 Whip, 119 K's, 22 QS, Strong season for Carolina Co-Ace starter.

Huston Street     Carolina              1.99    4 - 2, 28 sv, 54 IP, 67 K, .067 IRSC to lead all CBA.  Superior relief performance.

LaTroy Hawkins  Bryan Bashers   3.08 3 - 7, 35 sv led CBA, .921 sv %, 35 saves for a sub .500 team.

Joe Nathan          Stirling RedSox  2.64  0 - 0, 33 sv, 48 IP, 70 K, 1 bl sv. Traded mid season kept Stirling in race till last week.

Ted Lilly             Sthwest LKings   2.90  18- 2, 170 IP, 137 K, +5 Whip, 1 sv, .900 win%, Southwest ace.

John Lester        Cooperstown       3.02  14 - 7, 202 IP, 220 K, +76 Whip, 20 QS

Javier Vasquez   Cooperstown       2.99  14 - 10, 222 K, +15 Whip, Staff ace, 20 QS.

 

Jay Johnstone Award Tenth Man

 

Omar Infante  Brooklyn Superbas            .362  2 HR 26 RBI, 188 Ab. Clutch performer in Superbas key games.

David Ross    Carolina Coppersheads      .278  13 HR  34 RBI, 133 AB.  Big Power in platoon.

Brett Gardner Cooperstown Iron Horses  .337   6 HR  29 RBI, 24 sb

Oscar Salazar Indiana Redbirds                .435  4 HR  29 RBI, 138 AB.

Garrett Jones  Lake County Leopards      .343  26 HR  70 RBI, 312 AB, .410 oba, 664 slg.

Andres Torres Philly Phantastics               .280  13 HR  34 RBI, 40 runs, 150 AB

 

Player of the Year Award

 

Justin Verlander Philly Phantastics    2.56   23 - 9, 239 IP, 270 K's Sho, 5 CG, Ace for Philly. Led CBA in wins. 2nd in CBA leading Clem in ERA.

John Johnson    Carolina Cpperheads 2.51   21 - 5, 208 IP, 173 K's +10 Whip, 168 hits, 15 HR, Ace for Carolina. 3rd CBA in wins.

Ted Lilly             Sthwest LKings   2.90  18- 2, 170 IP, 137 K, +5 Whip, 1 sv, .900 win%, Southwest ace.

Joe Mauer   Ottawa Otters                   .368 27 HR  79 RBI, 201 hits, 142 games.  Led CBA by .20 pts in batting. Career year

Billy Butler  Stirling Red Sox            .331 25 HR  109 RBI, 204 hits, 54 2B, 2nd in Clem BA. This guys was a super star last season charging Redsox offense.

Albert Pujols  Indiana Redbirds        .327  58 HR  137 RBI, 123 runs, 11 SB, 53 2B.  Pujols defense was super, led CBA in HR, 2nd in RBI.

Ryan Howard   Brooklyn Superbas    .277  55 HR  145 RBI, 109 runs.  Howard was 2nd in HR, Led in RBI, Super clutch hitter. Many big hits for Brooklyn.

 

Reliever of the Year Award

Huston Street     Carolina              1.99    4 - 2, 28 sv, 54 IP, 67 K, .067 IRSC to lead all CBA.  Superior relief performance.

LaTroy Hawkins  Bryan Bashers   3.08 3 - 7, 35 sv led CBA, .921 sv %, 35 saves for a sub .500 team.

Joe Nathan          Stirling RedSox  2.64  0 - 0, 33 sv, 48 IP, 70 K, 1 bl sv. Traded mid season kept Stirling in race till last week.

Mariano Rivera      Brooklyn Superbas  2.39  6 - 3, 24 sv, .378 IRSC, 64 IP, 71 K.

Francisco Cordero Cooperstown      3.35  6 - 7, 31 sv.

Jonathan Papelbon  Lake County      2.11  4 - 2, 27 sv, 55 IP, 61 K.  For a last place team.

 

 

Manager of the Year Award


Rob Hite (PPS)
Eric Lindner (SLM)
Scott Kenan (CCP)
Marc Wass (BSP)
Malachi Nellum / Wayne McGee (SRS)

Bob Fidler (IRM)

Cory Light (KBM)

Jon Stamets (CIP)