At the end of the regular season, SB Nation's baseball sites were each given a pair of ballots for end-of-season awards in their respective league (meaning Let's Go Tribe had two votes for the A.L. awards). We'll be announcing them this week.
Today we have the Rookie of the Year Awards. There was no contest in the American League. Mike Trout easily won the award, picking up every single first-place vote. Say what you will about Trout MVP candidacy (and you'll have the chance to later this week, when that award is revealed), but his status as the best rookie in baseball this year is clear.
|Mike Trout||Los Angeles Angels||26||130|
|Yu Darvish||Texas Rangers||16||7||55|
|Yoenis Cespedes||Oakland Athletics||9||10||37|
|Jarrod Parker||Oakland Athletics||1||6||9|
|Jesus Montero||Seattle Mariners||1||1|
|Matt Moore||Tampa Bay Rays||1||1|
|Wei-Yin Chen||Baltimore Orioles||1||1|
The National League voting was a little more competitive. Bryce Harper still won pretty easily, but Arizona's Wade Miley also had strong support and Cincinnati's Todd Frazier snagged a first place vote. I didn't have a ballot for this award (again, LGT only voted for the American League awards), but Harper would have been 1st on mine and Miley would have been 2nd. I would have had Milwaukee's Norichika Aoki 3rd, he finished in 4th in the actual voting.
|Bryce Harper||Washington Nationals||26||9||157|
|Wade Miley||Arizona Diamondbacks||8||21||5||108|
|Todd Frazier||Cincinnati Reds||1||4||9||26|
|Norichika Aoki||Milwaukee Brewers||14||14|
|Zack Cozart||Cincinnati Reds||1||2||5|
|Andrelton Simmons||Atlanta Braves||1||1|
|Anthony Rizzo||Chicago Cubs||1||1|
|Lucas Harrell||Houston Astros||1||1|
|Mike Fiers||Milwaukee Brewers||1||1|
|Yasmani Grandal||San Diego Padres||1||1