Josh of Ham Slams and Miller of Questionable Outfit Named Co-Rookies of the Year

3 Sep


For the second time in EWL history, the league and commissioner settled upon two players as Co-Rookies of the Year as Josh of the Ham Slams and Miller of Questionable Outfit were named the best first-year players of 2016. Of the five eligible first-year players, Josh and Miller stood above the pack and made major contributions to their team in their first year on the wiffle diamond.

Miller finished in the top five of multiple offensive categories, including runs, hits, triples, and RBI, and he led the league in singles. Josh finished the season in the top five leaders of singles, doubles, and game-winning RBI.

Both players were also effective on the mound. Miller led the league or tied for the league lead in wins, appearances, innings pitched, WHIP, and saves, and he also finished top five in ERA, opponent batting average, complete games, and K/6. Josh led the league by a considerable margin in K/6, and he also finished in the top five for wins, appearances, ERA, innings pitched, and complete games.

They join Tim of the Ham Slams, Nate of Eastbound & Dahn, Christian of Eastbound & Dahn, Bob of Questionable Outfit, and Ivan of the Fish Sticks as winners of the Rookie of the Year Award.

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