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2006 MABL AWARDS

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MVP

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Most Valuable Player

Total
Points

1st
place

2nd
place

3rd
place

4th
place

5th
place

1 Paul Bracco, Marlins
Batted .406, 5th in MABL.
18 RBIs, 3rd in MABL.
Co-Led league with 23 runs.

49

6

3

2

0

1

2 Kevin Faria, Indians
Batted .411, 3rd in MABL
On-base % of .511, 4th in MABL.
Co-Led league with 23 runs.

40

2

4

4

0

2

3 Daryl Pina, Indians
Co-led league with 8 wins.
Tossed 1.29 ERA, 4th in MABL.
Pitched 65 innings with 2 shutouts.

25

1

3

1

2

1

4
Chris Stone, White Sox

20

2

1

1

1

1

5
Jay Lamoureux, Hurricanes

19

1

1

-

5

-

6
Chris Plant, Rangers

16

2

-

-

2

2

7
Jonathan Pollard, Dodgers

14

-

2

2

-

-

8
Bryan Healey, Orioles

10

1

-

1

-

2

9
Steve Limoges, Mariners

10

-

-

3

-

1

10
Mike Morgan, Dodgers

5

-

1

-

-

1

T11
Jordan Krall, Orioles

4

-

-

1

-

1

T11
Pete John, Reds

4

-

-

1

-

1

T13
Mark Bowles, Indians

4

-

-

-

2

-

T13
Tom Levett, Cutters

4

-

-

-

2

-

14
Frank Kowalski, Cutters

3

-

-

-

1

1

Cy Young

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Cy Young

Total
Points

1st
place

2nd
place

3rd
place

4th
place

5th
place

1 Chris Stone, White Sox
Finished 8-3 with 1.03 ERA.
Compiled 75 strikeouts.
Pitched 67.2 innings with 2 shutouts.

58

6

4

2

3

-

2 Daryl Pina, Indians
Finished 8-2 with 1.29 ERA.
Compiled 56 strikeouts.
Pitched 65 innings with 2 shutouts.

57

7

5

-

1

-

3 Tom Levett, Cutters
Finished 6-0 with 0.98 ERA.
Compiled 64 strikeouts.

42

2

2

6

2

2

4
Bryan Healey, Orioles

35

1

3

4

3

-

5
Sean Magee, Reds

14

-

1

-

3

4

6
Shane Steffens, Rangers

14

-

1

2

2

-

7
Jeff James, Indians

7

-

-

1

-

4

8
Rich Wlodarczyk, Tigers

6

-

-

1

1

1

9
Neil Doherty, Marlins

5

-

-

-

1

3

Rookie of the Year

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Rookie of the Year

Total
Points

1st
place

2nd
place

3rd
place

4th
place

5th
place

1 Jay Lamoureux, Hurricanes
Led rookies in average at .449.
Led rookies in slugging at .662.
Led rookies in OBP at .486
Co-led rookies with 40 assists.

49

4

5

2

1

1

2 Chris Stone , White Sox
Co-Led rookies in wins at 8-3.
Led rookies with 75 strikeouts.
Compiled a miniscule 1.03 ERA.

48

5

4

2

-

1

3 Jonathan Pollard, Dodgers
Only rookie with 17+ RBI and runs.
Batted a lofty .361.
Compiled an OPS of 1.042.

32

-

4

3

3

1

4
Bryan Healey, Orioles

32

3

1

2

3

1

5
Tom Levett, Cutters

22

1

2

2

1

1

6
Pete John, Reds

14

1

-

1

1

4

7
Steve Limoges, Mariners

14

-

-

3

2

1

8
Mike Morgan, Dodgers

13

2

-

-

1

1

9
Rich Wlodarczyk, Tigers

4

-

-

-

1

2

10
Dan Sweet, Senators

4

-

-

1

-

1

11
Frank Rich, Mariners

4

-

-

-

2

-

Manager of the Year

Each manager could vote for 3 other managers. Managers received 3 points for a 1st place vote, 2 points for a 2nd place vote and 1 point for a 3rd place vote. No manager could vote for himself. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the manager appearing on the most ballots will break a tie. If a tie remains, the manager receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote will be deemed a tie. Only managers appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Manager of the Year

Total
Points

1st
place

2nd
place

3rd
place

1 Nick Bondola, Indians
Compiled 17-6 record, leading Tribe to first Bay State Conference regular season title.

28

7

3

1

2 Matt Englander, Mariners
Finished 13-11, and earned Mariners 1st ever playoff berth.

17

2

5

1

3 Jeff Coveney, Cutters
Finished with MABL best 20-5 record and 7th straight regular season title.

16

2

4

2

4
Tim Sheflin, Marlins

13

2

2

3

5
Dan Field, Tigers

11

2

2

1

6
Bill Rivers, White Sox

9

1

-

6

7
Jason Gesing, Reds

2

-

-

2

Player's Choice

Player's Choice
Elite Team (A)

Total
Votes

Elite
Votes

Premier
Votes

P1 Daryl Pina, Indians

13

12

1

P2 Chris Stone, White Sox

15

9

6

C Ivan Clemente, White Sox

6

5

1

1B Kevin Beliveau, Dodgers

14

12

2

2B Jay Lamoreaux, Hurricanes

15

12

3

3B Jonathan Pollard, Dodgers

15

9

6

SS Chris Plant, Rangers

15

9

6

OF Paul Bracco, Marlins

16

15

1

OF Kevin Faria, Indians

15

14

1

OF Mike Knell, Reds

11

4

7

DH Coley O'Donnell, Rangers

11

8

3

Player's Choice
Premier Team (B)

Total
Votes

Elite
Votes

Premier
Votes

P1 Tom Levett, Cutters

13

5

8

P2 Bryan Healey, Orioles

9

4

5

C Mike Morgan, Dodgers

7

4

3

1B Frank Kowalski, Cutters

15

3

12

2B AJ Bucciarelli, Cutters

12

2

10

3B Jeff Coveney, Cutters

15

7

8

SS Jordan Krall, Orioles

11

5

6

OF Mark Bowles, Indians

11

3

8

OF Pete John, Reds

8

4

4

OF Josue Feliciano, Dodgers

8

2

6

DH Dave Martin, White Sox

10

6

4

Managers could only vote for up to two of their own players across the 'Elite' (A) and 'Premier' (B) teams. Elite Team votes receive 3 points, Premier team votes receive 1 point. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player receiving the most 'A' team votes will break the tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the most overall votes will break the tie. If a tie still remains, the vote will be deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Player's Choice
Others Receiving Multiple Votes
(ranked by ballots, not by points)

Total
Votes

Elite
Votes

Premier
Votes

C Steve Limoges, Mariners
8
3
5
P Sean Magee, Reds
7
1
6
DH Dav Wilfrid, Marlins
6
2
4
OF Ned Coffee, Cutters
6
2
4
C Jay Thomas, Orioles
5
1
4
DH Earl Murphy, Tigers
5
-
5
SS Will Bissonnette, White Sox
4
2
2
OF Jason Hoye, White Sox
4
1
3
OF Dan Sweet, Senators
3
2
1
2B Andy Katz, Marlins
3
1
2
C Jamal Saleh, Athletics
3
1
2
OF John Silk, Tigers
3
-
3
OF Pedro Gil, Athletics
3
-
3
P Shane Steffens, Rangers
3
-
3
1B Chris Buckley, Padres
2
1
1
2B Josh Abreu, Mariners
2
1
1
C Josh Hale, Indians
2
1
1
SS Frank Rich, Mariners
2
-
2
P Neil Doherty, Marlins
2
-
2