MLB Starting 5
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5.Aaron Nola ,Philadelphia Phillies
Nasty Nola had a career year in 2018,going 17-6 with a 2.37 Era and a Whip Of 0.97. It was the first time in his career he exceed the 200 inning mark and was among the top candidates for NL Cy Young throughout most the season. Look for the Phillies Ace to take the mound on Opening Day against the Atlanta Braves.
4.Blake Snell,Tampa Bay Rays
Fresh off a 5 year $50 Million agreement between he and the Rays. Blake Snell looks to improve upon a very impressive 2018 season. Snell lead the league with 21 wins and finished with a 1.89 ERA. His 221 Strikeouts along with his 0.97 Whip landed him his first career AL Cy Young Award. Snell toes the rubber on Opening Day against Justin Verlander and the Houston Astros.
3.Justin Verlander,Houston Astros
Verlander was the American League leader in strikeouts in 2018 with 290 and lead the league with 26 Quality starts. He finished the year with a record of 16-9 and an ERA of 2.52.
The 36 year old is showing no signs of slowing down and is looking to lead the Astros to yet another World Series. JV goes head to head on opening day against the Rays and the man he finished runner up to in the 2018 Cy Young Race.
2.Max Scherzer,Washington Nationals
Mad Max has been on a tear! compiling at least 230 Strikeouts in 7 straight seasons and landing himself his first career 300 Strikeout season in 2018. He finished with a record of 18-7 with a Whip of 0.91 and an ERA of 2.53. Good ol “Blue Eye” takes the bump against the division rival New York Mets on Opening Day.
1.Jacob deGrom,New York Mets
“The Degrominator” In 2018 Jacob Degrom took the league by storm. He ended the season on an elite level,allowing three runs or fewer in 29 straight starts. His 217 innings pitched were a career high to go along with A 1.70 ERA, a Whip of 0.91 and 291 strikeouts. His record of 10-9 Lead to the lowest win total in Cy Young history. He goes toe to toe with Mad Max and the Washington Nationals on Opening Day.