When the Rocket won the 2004 NL Cy Young Award with the ‘Stros, who was runner-up?
I am thinking just about everyone has handed out their endorsements. Well, kind of.
The Mayor still hasn’t endorsed. When she does it will not come as a surprise.
I will say I visited with an in-the-know Dem player yesterday and this person did acknowledge that the Chris Bell endorsement did indeed help Bill King despite the naysayer pushback.
I will say it again. All bets are off.
We will see!
Of course, there are still a few groups who will still be handing out last minute endorsements for the runoffs.
It seems like the past year, there has been ongoing construction on my block. Guess what? Got another tire air pressure alert. It looks like another nail in a tire.
Hall of Fame great Randy Johnson of course was runner-up in the 2004 NL Cy Young Award voting.
This was expected – from the ‘Stros website:
Coming off a breakout 2014 season that certainly proved to be no fluke, Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel took his performance to another level in ’15 and took home the American League Cy Young Award, presented by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, on Wednesday.
Keuchel finished with 22 first-place votes and 186 points, edging David Price (Tigers/Blue Jays), who had eight first-place votes and 143 points.