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Four games left, does Cabrera take the Triple Crown?

Right now he's .327 to  Mike Trout's .321. I'd say he's probably got that locked up unless he goes 0-16

Rbi's he's 136 to Hamilton's 125. That's done

So it's HR's. He and Hamilton both have 43, Edwin Encarnacion has 42.

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He has a shot, but I don't think so

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He'll win Batting Average and Runs Batted In for sure. He has a decent chance to win Home Runs. I think he'll win the Triple Crown. 



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Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yes



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Benlen wrote: Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yeswell shit, I think he may do it then.

It will be interesting to see who gets the MVP award though, as the triple crown is a big deal, but overall I think Trout is better, but he will also get the Rookie of the year award

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mike3775 wrote: Benlen wrote: Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yeswell shit, I think he may do it then.

It will be interesting to see who gets the MVP award though, as the triple crown is a big deal, but overall I think Trout is better, but he will also get the Rookie of the year award

If I had a vote, I'd go with Trout... he seems to be faster and a better fielder IMO



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stone2k wrote:
mike3775 wrote: Benlen wrote: Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yeswell shit, I think he may do it then.

It will be interesting to see who gets the MVP award though, as the triple crown is a big deal, but overall I think Trout is better, but he will also get the Rookie of the year award

If I had a vote, I'd go with Trout... he seems to be faster and a better fielder IMO


Trout: Ron Kittle/ Bj Surhoff/Kevin Seitzer/etc.

I'd go w/ Cabrera & if they win the Central, he'll almost certainly win iy imo, as he's been a major reason why. Plus, guys a consistant .300 hitter. Jurys still out in Trout, great year, but not triple crown year, sorry.



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stingmark wrote:

Trout: Ron Kittle/ Bj Surhoff/Kevin Seitzer/etc.

I'd go w/ Cabrera & if they win the Central, he'll almost certainly win iy imo, as he's been a major reason why. Plus, guys a consistant .300 hitter. Jurys still out in Trout, great year, but not triple crown year, sorry.


Are you apologizing for your blatant homerism ???? And why the hell did you throw BJ Surhoff into your argument ???? Do you realize that he averaged a little over 5.5 HRs and 61.25 RBIs his first 7 full seasons ????



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clawmaster wrote:
He'll win Batting Average and Runs Batted In for sure. He has a decent chance to win Home Runs. I think he'll win the Triple Crown. 


What's the ruling if he ends up tied in one of the 3 categories ???? Would he still win the Triple Crown or does he need to be the sole leader in all 3 categories ????Personally I don't want him to win as I like the fact that Yaz is still the last guy to win the Triple Crown.



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CanadianHorseman wrote:
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He'll win Batting Average and Runs Batted In for sure. He has a decent chance to win Home Runs. I think he'll win the Triple Crown. 


What's the ruling if he ends up tied in one of the 3 categories ???? Would he still win the Triple Crown or does he need to be the sole leader in all 3 categories ????Personally I don't want him to win as I like the fact that Yaz is still the last guy to win the Triple Crown.


If there was a tie, He would still win the Triple Crown.



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stingmark wrote:
stone2k wrote:
mike3775 wrote: Benlen wrote: Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yeswell shit, I think he may do it then.

It will be interesting to see who gets the MVP award though, as the triple crown is a big deal, but overall I think Trout is better, but he will also get the Rookie of the year award

If I had a vote, I'd go with Trout... he seems to be faster and a better fielder IMO


Trout: Ron Kittle/ Bj Surhoff/Kevin Seitzer/etc.

I'd go w/ Cabrera & if they win the Central, he'll almost certainly win iy imo, as he's been a major reason why. Plus, guys a consistant .300 hitter. Jurys still out in Trout, great year, but not triple crown year, sorry.


How in the blue Hell is the jury still out on Him. Oh yeah, He's still only 21 yrs old. He will probably win a Gold Glove also. Jury is still out on Trout? I know that You are a Fucking Moron, but lets get real. Here are His stats.

Games 136 Avg .321 Hits 175 Runs 127 HR 30 RBI's 80 SB 48

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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: stingmark wrote:
stone2k wrote:
mike3775 wrote: Benlen wrote: Since he is facing KC's pitching staff I say yeswell shit, I think he may do it then.

It will be interesting to see who gets the MVP award though, as the triple crown is a big deal, but overall I think Trout is better, but he will also get the Rookie of the year award

If I had a vote, I'd go with Trout... he seems to be faster and a better fielder IMO


Trout: Ron Kittle/ Bj Surhoff/Kevin Seitzer/etc.

I'd go w/ Cabrera & if they win the Central, he'll almost certainly win iy imo, as he's been a major reason why. Plus, guys a consistant .300 hitter. Jurys still out in Trout, great year, but not triple crown year, sorry.


How in the blue Hell is the jury still out on Him. Oh yeah, He's still only 21 yrs old. He will probably win a Gold Glove also. Jury is still out on Trout? I know that You are a Fucking Moron, but lets get real. Here are His stats.

Games 136 Avg .321 Hits 175 Runs 127 HR 30 RBI's 80 SB 48

SIDE NOTE:  I love when a sentence starts, "I know that you are a fucking moron, but...".  I'm going to try to work that into everyday conversation.



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Cabrera does have the advantage of being an alcoholic and convicted criminal though. That must mean something to the voters.

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Trout became the first rookie to be a member of the 30/30 club

If he had been in the majors from opening day, he probably be a member of the 40/40 club

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CanadianHorseman wrote:
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Trout: Ron Kittle/ Bj Surhoff/Kevin Seitzer/etc.

I'd go w/ Cabrera & if they win the Central, he'll almost certainly win iy imo, as he's been a major reason why. Plus, guys a consistant .300 hitter. Jurys still out in Trout, great year, but not triple crown year, sorry.


Are you apologizing for your blatant homerism ???? And why the hell did you throw BJ Surhoff into your argument ???? Do you realize that he averaged a little over 5.5 HRs and 61.25 RBIs his first 7 full seasons ????


I brought Surhoff/Seitzer & others into it because they were 1 yr wonders more or less. So far, Trout is that way. His stats arent there to win it, my opinion, it differs from yours, thats how difference of opinions works.

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