Best MLB Pitchers of 2012
The Top Ten
Of course he's the best he's my favorite pitcher for the tigers of all time. He should be in the hall of fame he's amazing.
Justin is the man. He has a few bad games or innings but they're very rR. In my eyes, Roy Halladay is just old news. Its time for a new young player to take the spotlight.
He is the pitcher of the decade
He is the best hands downV 1 Comment
Clayton kershaw is the best, I don't even know why he is #2.
Love kershaw (although I'm not a dodgers fun).
I'm not a dodgers fun but I love kershaw!
He led the NL in WHIP and ERA for the second straight year!
Roy Halladay is the man! The "perfect pitcher" no pun intended! He's so good that MLB 2k12's million dollar challenge is based off him! Phillies fan for life!
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Not a Lot o strikeouts anymore but still dominant
Felix has won a Cy Young. Plays for the mariners and still has tones of wins and low ERA. Been best pitcher in late 2012 and even got ahead of David Price, Justin Verlander and Jered Weaver in nearly all stats.
He got 20 wins this year and missed 3 starts because of his back injury
Jared weaver this season has been lights out. He is leading the AL in wins and not to forget he spent some time on the DL too.
As long as Strasburg is healthy, he will be the most dominant pitcher over the next decade, bar none. Once in a generation talent that will prove the hype was for real, watch and enjoy baseball fans!
Do not let his record fool you. He still was among the league leaders in most other categories - miles500
He pitched the perfect game this year in the first place. Also everyone that was amazing last year are all doing terrible now like halladay, lee, lincecum.
Aroldis Champman makes flames come off his over powering fastball
Good pitcher do not need to throw hard but the good direction is more important
He has a 0.61 ERA through 73.1 IP to this point. What more do I need to say. It's not even meant to happen. It gives me nightmares thinking about it.
A star on my fantasy team and my vote for the CY Young award. He's clearly done a better job than Chapman, with his ERA and WHIP both significantly lower, and his k:bb ratio is even better. When Dennis Eckersley won the CY Young as a closer his stats weren't even this good.R.A. dickey gets props, but his season has only been monumental for a knuckleballer, not for a regular pitcher.
A World Series for crying out loud
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