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Ranger remains in vogue in Cy Young polls

The Venezuelan appears second in the National League with 14 votes for first position

Ranger Suárez took a leap in quality in his last start by being the first pitcher to reach 10 wins this season with the Philadelphia Phillies. And this, of course, further enhances his imprint of these first months.

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Now, in the MLB.com's third Cy Young Award poll update From both Leagues, the Venezuelan received 14 first place votes and was only below his teammate Zack Wheeler (15 first place votes) at the top of the National League.

However, in addition to leading all of baseball in wins, he does so in ERA (1.81) and WHIP (0.85). That, while he shares the lead in average against the opposition of the old circuit precisely with his teammate (.181).

Likewise, it should be noted that despite having started the year being recognized as the third in their rotation, Ranger Suárez has proven to be the boss of the Phillies' pitching and his contribution to the team has been extremely valuable, to the point of receiving all the attention when he was hit by a line drive on the left hand in his outing two weeks ago against St. Louis.

Likewise, the Venezuelan has received good support from his teammates on offense, who have scored 11 runs during his 79 and two-thirds innings of work. That's an average of 6.87 runs per game.

They also received votes in the National League:

  • Tyler Glasnow, Dodgers (3 1st place votes)
  • Chris Sale, Braves
  • Shota Imanaga, Cubs

These were the ones who received the most votes in the LA

  • Tarik Skubal, Tigres (24 votes for 1st place)
  • Luis Gil, Yankees (4 votes for 1st place)
  • Corbin Burnes, Orioles (3 1st place votes)
  • Tanner Houck, Red Sox (1 1st place vote)
  • Seth Lugo, Royals (1 vote for 1st place)

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