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View Poll Results: Who is fogpogs MVP of the 2007 Regular Season
Carlos Marmol 7 30.43%
Mark DeRosa 3 13.04%
Aramis Ramirez 12 52.17%
Dee Lee 0 0%
Ted Lilly 0 0%
Ryan Theriot 1 4.35%
Alfanso Soriano 0 0%
Carlos Zambrano 0 0%
Jaque Jones 0 0%
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Old Oct 2nd 2007, 11:38 pm
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Regular Season Fogpog MVP

Okay, the regular season is in the books.... which player was our MVP?
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I was kinda torn between Soriano and Ramirez, b/c Soriano did so great down the stretch... BUT --

I went with Rammy b/c he had more clutch hits then anyone on the team.
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Old Oct 2nd 2007, 11:48 pm
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I've gotta go with Marmol.... his performances have been amazing and game saving.
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I've gotta go with Marmol.... his performances have been amazing and game saving.

Great choice... Marmol has the best breaking ball on the staff IMO.

What were his stats with inherited runners??? God-like!!!

Everytime he takes the ball I am confident he will get the job down -- he has definitely blossomed into one of the top 5 relievers in the game!!!
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I went with Marmol. I think he really solidified our bullpen and gave us a great opportunity to win close games. Ned Yost would be a strong second though- the way he mishandled his pen and hitting Albert Pujols , really helped us out. He has a very good young club though.
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I went with Aramis Ramirez. It was simultanious that when he came off the DL in June, the Cubs really started to take off and play consistantly. He also came up with the most clutch hits in game changing situations. That walk-off 3 run homer in late June against the Brewers was the start of good things ahead. I think that at that point, the players started believing that they could win the division.
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I gotta go with my boy Aram, but Marmol had to be the MVP of the pitching staff.
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Ramirez would probably get my vote, but nobody had voted for DeRosa. I felt he deserved at least one vote for all the times he filled in at other spots and stepped up his performance when key players were hurt, so I voted for him.
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I voted for The Riot . I believe there is no way we would be here right now with Isitures as SS > That is the most critical position for any team.
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Rammy of course....He's been our most consistent source of offense and has come up with some huge hits. Along with his clutch hitting his defensive was extremely good.
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