Originally Posted by fearofpopvol1
So probability isn't my thing and I don't know what "outlier" means. Interesting. On that note, I'm beginning to wonder if you're familiar with what the term "supercilious" means.
I asked you a simple question the other day, one in which you didn't answer. Are the voters for the MVP the same as the Cy Young? If you don't see the importance in me asking that original question, the conversation isn't worth having.
This particular occurrence with Felix was very recent. Concluding the guard hasn't changed based on 1 additional year of awards isn't as conclusive as you're claiming it to be. It will take additional time for things to play out conclusively. Sabermetrics weren't as popular even 5 years ago as they are now.
I didn't catch Cameron's chat, and he may be right. However, if Braun doesn't win, we'll never know for certain if it was because he played for a bad team or the cloud above him from his failed test.
I didn't answer your question because it isn't relevant. The award is based on different criteria than the Cy Young and it's comprised of almost exclusively different candidates, typically.
It's like asking to compare a congressional race to a presidential race despite having totally different candidates, different age/term requirements, etc.