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2009 Awards

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Award

Hess Division

Lamb Division

MVP
The Most Valuable Player. Without this player there is no chance in hell or high water the team would have done gone anywhere. These two players simply can take over a game on the mound or in the batters box.

2008 winners: Chris Hess, Kyle McKelvey

2009
Winner
20 pts

2009
Winner
24 pts

2nd

Zach Popp - 15 pts

2nd

Adam Trigger - 13 pts

3rd

Brian Kelly - 5 pts

3rd

Josh Longo - 9 pts

4th

Jesse Horwedel - 3 pts

4th

Zac Longo - 2 pts

5th

Joe Villalovos - 2 pts

 

 

Cy Young
The best pitcher in their respective league. These two wifflers know how to win games, and show no mercy to a batters average. Simply put, they're the best pitchers in the game.

2008 winners: Chris Hess, Tadd O'Neil


2009
Winner
20 pts

2009
Winner
23 pts

2nd

Zach Popp - 13 pts

2nd

Josh Longo - 12 pts

3rd

Chris Horwedel - 10 pts

3rd

Adam Trigger - 7 pts

4th

Brian Kelly, Nick Leffler - 2 pts

4th

John Dyer - 6 pts

6th

Tom Tierney - 1 pt

 

 

Yellow Whammer
The top hitter in the division. This guy is an RBI and OBP machine. He makes pitcher's tremble and girls cry. He shows no respect for a pitcher's ERA and knows the true meaning of the phrase 'chicks dig the longball'.

2008 winners: Anthony Auspelmyer, Dan Ciarmiello

2009
Winner
21 pts

2009
Winner
17 pts

2nd

Zach Popp - 11 pts

2nd

James Resue - 15 pts

3rd

Joe Villalovos - 6 pts

3rd

Dan Ciarmiello - 11 pts

4th

Chris Hess, Chris Horwedel, Nick Bove, Alex Kelly - 2 pts

4th

Steve Weeks - 5 pts

8th

Anthony Auspelmyer, Brian Kelly - 1 pt

 

 

Gold Glove
The best defensive player. The game plan when playing these two guys? Hit the ball no where near them. These guys simply have the best hands in the business.

2008 winners: Marc Case, Ryan Skibinski

2009
Winner
17 pts

2009
Winner
24 pts

2nd

Alex Kelly - 8 pts

2nd

Corey Zeh - 9 pts

3rd

James Strang - 5 pts

3rd

Zac Longo - 7 pts

4th

George Stegmann, Jay Rozell - 3 pts

4th

Josh Cookfair - 4 pts

5th

Marc Case, Mike Saccocio - 2 pts

5th

Josh Longo - 2 pts

Rookie of the Year
The best newbie in town. This player was new to the league. They impressed the ladies (and guys) that they are capable of competing with the big guns.

2008 winners: Anthony Auspelmyer, Tadd O'Neil

2009
Winner
20 pts

2009
Winner
21 pts


2nd

Nick Leffler - 18 pts

2nd

Mike Curtin - 9 pts

3rd

Alex Kelly - 8 pts

2nd

Dan LaPlant - 8 pts

4th

Kenny Lancto - 2 pts

4th

Jason Blond - 5 pts

 

 

5th

Joe Struffolino- 3 pts

Award
Hess Division
Lamb Division
Most Improved
  In the 2008 season, Chris Horwedel wasn't thought of much of a pitcher. Everyone knew he had great potential, but hitting that little red board seemed like an impossible task. Yet this year, Chris became one of the leagues elite pitchers. He went 5-1 with a 1.27 ERA during the regular season. Great job Chris! 
  In the other league, you have Tadd O'Neil. In 2008 Tadd hit .361 with 5 HR, and 22 RBI's. Not bad, in fact it won him rookie of the year. This year Tadd would tear the cover off the ball, hitting .567 with 12 HR and 41 RBI's. He doubled his run production at the plate, and carried his team into the playoffs. He also improved his pitching stats. He lowered his ERA by half, by posting a solid 1.42 earned run average. All in all, both players deserve this award. Good luck in 2010, and we hope you improve even more.

Coach/Captian
  After leaving his team, Jay Rozell formed one of the best teams in the league. He acquired all new players to form the Rays. The Rays went on to win the Hess West with a 10-6 record.
   After Jay Rozell left the Angels, Josh Longo took over. His team would go 14-9 (including playoffs) and fell just one game short of winning another championship. He's one of the smartest players/managers in the league. He gives his team the best shot of winning each and every game.