MVP of Yesterday (5/21/2014): Phil Hughes

I told you. I told you Phil Hughes could be a possibly deceptive good deal, and now, after 7 shut-out innings, he’s got a 5-1 record and 3.15 ERA. MVP of Yesterday!

 

Standings, as always, after the jump:

Standings:

Giancarlo Stanton: 4

Troy Tulowitzki: 3

Jose Fernandez: 2

Jon Lester: 2

Yu Darvish: 2

Scott Van Slyke: 1

Dee Gordon: 1

Seth Smith: 1

Alejandro De Aza: 1

Freddie Freeman: 1

Mark Buehrle: 1

Chris Colabello: 1

Charlie Blackmon: 1

Nolan Arenado: 1

Ryan Braun: 1

Ervin Santana: 1

Justin Upton: 1

Andrew Cashner: 1

Kyle Lohse: 1

Dan Uggla: 1

Johnny Cueto: 1

Henderson Alvarez: 1

Ryan Howard: 1

Cliff Lee: 1

John Lackey: 1

Corey Kluber: 1

Stephen Strasburg: 1

Tanner Roark: 1

Jhonny Peralta: 1

Jesse Chavez: 1

Juan Uribe: 1

Ubaldo Jimenez: 1

Miguel Cabrera: 1

Hisashi Iwakuma: 1

Adam Jones: 1

Corey Dickerson: 1

Daniel Murphy: 1

Junior Lake: 1

David Price: 1

Masahiro Tanaka: 1

Drew Hutchison: 1

Paul Goldschmidt: 1

Alex Gordon: 1

Todd Frazier: 1

Chris Davis: 1

Phil Hughes: 1

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2 thoughts on “MVP of Yesterday (5/21/2014): Phil Hughes

  1. hey do you agree with what ‘some people say’ that Larry Rothchild is a bad pitching coach? and that’s why Hughes is shining now?

    • I don’t know. I feel like there are a bunch of other factors at work here, such as playing in a friendlier stadium dimension-wise. And if Rothschild is a bad pitching coach, one would think it would affect far more than just a few guys…. some players just don’t seem to fit in NYC… and Hughes was one.

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