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Can Bundy make a run at Rookie of the year?


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If Dylan can get to 10 wins and keep his ERA around 3.00 then I would think he should get some consideration. I guess Cleveland's Tyler Naquin would be the leader right now. Maybe Max Kepler. To me though if Bundy continues to pitch as well as he has I would think he might be right there. I think Kim will get votes but he probably doesn't hit with enough power to get it. I am sure I might be missing someone.

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If Dylan can get to 10 wins and keep his ERA around 3.00 then I would think he should get some consideration. I guess Cleveland's Tyler Naquin would be the leader right now. Maybe Max Kepler. To me though if Bundy continues to pitch as well as he has I would think he might be right there. I think Kim will get votes but he probably doesn't hit with enough power to get it. I am sure I might be missing someone.

Fulmer has been up for a while and had a mid 2 ERA while being fantastic all year. He's got it wrapped up unless something crazy happens.

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I guess you could count him, but Kim didn't light up the sky like Ichiro did

Ichiro's rookie year: .350/.381/.457/.838, 242 H, 127 R, 56 SB

Kim: .331/.413/.453/.866, 60 H, 22 R, 1 SB.

Kim has been hurt by being a platoon player, but his average stats compare favorably.

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Ichiro's rookie year: .350/.381/.457/.838, 242 H, 127 R, 56 SB

Kim: .331/.413/.453/.866, 60 H, 22 R, 1 SB.

Kim has been hurt by being a platoon player, but his average stats compare favorably.

That they do. I think Kim's #'s wouldn't be as good facing lefty pitching

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