If a topic of debate has been endless throughout the campaign of MLB has been the reasons for Julio Urías in a possible race for the Cy Young award, pitcher with a great season, who is also supported in the league lead in victories.
After his mark of 20 games won in his account, Mexico was the only pitcher to reach twenty victories in the culminating regular round of Big leagues, clear signs in a year of great validity and signs of development in the role of starting pitcher.
Moving from this scenario to what could be considerations for the award National League Cy Young from MLB it’s another five hundred, obviously We are not talking about the winner, but the best pitcher of the season for the entire Old Circuit.
Apart from his 20-3 mark, Urías was accompanied by a 2.96 ERA, a department in which only the National League is surpassed by six other pitchers, along with an independent defense effectiveness (FIP) of 3.12. where he is outnumbered by five pitchers.
Against him, the Mexican has seen opposing hitters hit him for an average of .216, where he is surpassed by thirteen pitchers from the Old Circuit in MLB, in addition to his 1.02 Hits and Tickets Per Tickets Thrown (WHIP) mark, being surpassed by five other of his monticulist counterparts in the National League.
As samples of his dominance over the rest, Julio Urías has left an Adjusted Effectiveness (ERA-) of 73 points, 27% higher than the league average, although surpassed in this section by seven other pitchers for the leadership.
Something that has facilitated what the Mexican has done has been the superiority of his team’s offense when he throws, which has been synonymous with easing the way for him, a pitcher who has received the best Support Runs rate for Every Nine Innings (RS / 9) in MLB this 2021 at its mark of 7.17, higher than its counterpart in second place by 0.54%.
20 wins for El Culichi. 🔥
– Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 3, 2021
Urías’ season has clearly been of a very high level and he will be rewarded when his name is seen on the ballot to the National League Cy Young, but from there to win it only if it is confirmed that the ground is flat.
You can support your candidate, your countryman or favorite pitcher, but from there to impose your position on the rest and try to elevate yours so that public opinion gives you its approval are no longer things typical of a brain with eight hours of rest in the nights.
With Julio, only the insignificance of victories is demonstrated to discover the performance of a pitcher in our days, maybe, well … by the 900s I would have won it.