Season 2 (CE) Blaseball MVP Vote Results: Who's Top with Two In The Books?


Let's scout out the stars from Season 2 (via game-icons, by Delapouite)

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Season 2 of the Coronation Era is officially notarized and in the books, and before we embark on siesta, let’s take a look back at the most outstanding players, or MVP, to hit the diamond over the past 90-plus games.

Many thanks to Dargo4#2798 on Discord for organizing the vote, which you can join as a writer on the BNN Discord!

Baldwin Jones Memorial Best Batter Award

Magic Goo?

Yellowstone swept most of the first-place votes for the newly named Baldwin Jones Best Batter award, with Kiki Avci claiming plenty of votes, but Demet Cabrera coming out on top with the most-first place votes and overall ballot points to earn the title of batting MVP for Season 2.

Cabrera finished fourth in the league during the regular season with a 1.320 OPS, and among the 48 players with an OPS of 1.000, they had the second-best defensive rating (Outs Above Average) of 24.4.

They slugged an impressive 42 home runs, most in ILB, chipping in 55 doubles and striking out only 40 times.

Defensively, they ranked 17th overall in OAA, holding down the infield for the Magic from First Base and recording an out on almost 80% of the balls hit in their direction.

Their teammate, Avci, does not play quite as good defense back near the wall in center field, but is maybe even better with the bat, leading the league in OPS at 1.432 and hitting 40 triples and 25 homers in Season 2.

Flowers slugger Zack Sanders finished third in the MVP batter voting, one of only two players with over 100 RBIs on the season and third in the league in doubles.

It was Sheri Friday who led the league in doubles, and they come in fourth on our list, with an impressive .393 batting average and 72 doubles.

A full list of results is available at the bottom of the article.

Anastasia Isarobot Memorial Best Pitcher Award

The decision for best pitcher came down to the voters choosing between a pair of aces for The Kansas City Breath Mints.

Hatfield Suzuki claims the top spot in the voting, finishing Season 2 with the best ERA in ILB, the fourth-most strikeouts and the second-best WHIP (walks plus hits allowed per inning pitched).

They allowed only 13 walks all season, striking out 194 batters and allowing only 17 homers.

Their teammate, Plums Blather, was virtually as good as their award-winning teammate, leading the league in strikeouts and WHIP but allowing a few more home runs which must have broken the tie for several voters.

Either way, these two Mints were clearly the best pitchers in the league, and while only one could win, both should be proud of their accomplishments.

Rounding out the voting’s top three is Don Elliott of the resurgent Chicago Firefighters, who finished with the fourth-best ERA and allowed only six walks, leading to a K/BB ratio that ranked third in ILB.

Honorable mention also goes to Brisket Friendo of the Garages, who had the second best FIP in the league and struck out an impressive 209 batters, and Declan Suzanne of the Crabs, who had the second-best ERA in the splort.

Postseason MVP Award

As expected, the champion Sunbeams nearly swept the voting for Postseason MVP, with tide-turning grand slammer Guozhi Ong earning the most votes to claim the trophy. However, the award could have gone to any number of Beams, including Grizz El Sayed and Kajjala Aliyev for countless clutch hits, Dunn Keyes for a great performance on the mound in the final game, or any of the other Moab Hellmouth players listed in the chart above.

Full Results

Best Batter Award:

  1. Demet Cabrera, Yellowstone Magic
  2. Kiki Avci, Yellowstone Magic
  3. Zack Sanders, Boston Flowers
  4. Sheri Friday, Core Mechanics
  5. Kajjala Aliyev, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  6. Katja Twain, Mexico City Wild Wings
  7. Baldwin Jones, Mexico City Wild Wings
  8. Grizz El Sayed, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  9. Alvie Kesh, San Francisco Lovers
  10. Famous Owens, Hawai’i Fridays
  11. Penelope Berkowitz, Charleston Shoe Thieves
  12. Roscoe Sundae, Tokyo Lift

Best Pitcher Award:

  1. Hatfield Suzuki, Kansas City Breath Mints
  2. Plums Blather, Kansas City Breath Mints
  3. Don Elliott, Chicago Firefighters
  4. Brisket Friendo, Seattle Garages
  5. Declan Suzanne, Baltimore Crabs
  6. Vernon Sierpinski, Mexico City Wild Wings
  7. Dunn Keyes, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  8. Javier Lotus, Boston Flowers
  9. Agan Harrison, Dallas Steaks
  10. Sexton Wheerer, Hawai’i Fridays
  11. Donia Dollie, San Francisco Lovers

Postseason MVP:

  1. Guozhi Ong, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  2. Kajjala Aliyev, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  3. Grizz El Sayed, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  4. Dunn Keyes, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  5. Zack Sanders, Boston Flowers
  6. Pangolin Ruiz, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  7. Özlem Suttner, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  8. Mooney Doctor, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams
  9. Kiki Avci, Yellowstone Magic
  10. Donia Dollie, San Francisco Lovers
  11. Demet Cabrera, Yellowstone Magic

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