Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Week 11 Pitchers Poll: Jose Quintana Doesn't Know How To Win, Keeps Climbing Anyway


Jose Quintana is lucky that picking up wins doesn't mean a whole lot in these rankings or else the White Sox offense would be keeping him buried further down than he is. After climbing five spots last week Quintana threw another 8 scoreless innings this week and climbed up a bit higher in the rankings.

How far did he climb?
RANKPLAYER POINTS LW+/-
1Jake Peavy 159 1 23
2Chris Sale 151 2 16
3Gavin Floyd 99 3 12
4Jose Quintana 65 6 14
5Phil Humber 62 4 0
6Nate Jones 53 50
7Matt Thornton 46 76
8Addison Reed45 8 6
9Jesse Crain  39 10 3
10Hector Santiago  36 8 -3
11John Danks 34 11 0
12Zach Stewart 21 12 0
13Will Ohman 13 130
14Dylan Axelrod 10 15 4
15Eric Stults 7 140
16Brian Bruney 2 NA2

Yep, even though he only joined the rotation a few weeks ago and has made half the starts Phil Humber has, Jose Quintana has passed him in the rankings. Somewhat ironic that this year's Phil Humber is passing last year's Phil Humber.

Other than that, there's not much to talk about here. Though I should point out that before last night's game Chris Sale was in first place, if only by a point. Which means that should Sale have a good start on Wednesday he'll likely jump right back into first place.

And stay there until Peavy's next start.

Last week's poll can be found here.

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