Originally Posted by Kc61
Cueto finished fourth with 75 points, one first place vote, four second place votes, ten third place votes, ten fourth place votes, two fifth place votes.
Chapman got one fifth place vote, one of nine pitchers to get a vote in the competition.
RA Dickey had this locked up for some time IMO, not only did he have a great year, but he is a "great story" and had one of the best seasons ever for a knuckleballer.
Agreed, and he's in the NYC market. But Kershaw coming in 2nd is more surprising to me.