Yeah, he won. And he was supposed to win. He ended up with 97% of the first place votes. The only other votes for 1st went to Matt Harvey, which I thought was a bit surprising. I had Harvey 5th on my ballot just because I figured I'd give him some kind of recognition on the ballot.
Like the title says, the Padres gave him trouble. Most HRs allowed to a team? 5 for the Padres. Most walks allowed against a team? 10 against the Padres. So what's he get? An award. Ah well.
|Clayton Kershaw||Los Angeles Dodgers||35||1||249|
|Adam Wainwright||St. Louis Cardinals||14||13||6||1||108|
|Matt Harvey||New York Mets||1||8||6||8||10||83|
|Cliff Lee||Philadelphia Phillies||7||8||11||5||79|
|Jose Fernandez||Miami Marlins||6||8||6||13||73|
|Madison Bumgarner||San Francisco Giants||1||1||2||7|
|Zack Greinke||Los Angeles Dodgers||2||4|
|Jhoulys Chacin||Colorado Rockies||1||1||3|
|Craig Kimbrel||Atlanta Braves||1||2|
|Jordan Zimmermann||Washington Nationals||2||2|
|Mat Latos||Cincinnati Reds||2||2|
For Gaslamp Ball, Wonko and I differed a bit on our votes. From first to 5th, I went Kershaw, Fernandez, Wainwright, Lee, and Harvey. Wonko went with Kershaw, Lee, Wainwright, Fernandez, and Zimmermann. For the American League, the votes went to Max Scherzer with 82% of the first place votes.
|Max Scherzer||Detroit Tigers||32||5||1||1||249|
|Yu Darvish||Texas Rangers||4||6||11||6||8||105|
|Chris Sale||Chicago White Sox||3||8||4||11||9||96|
|Anibal Sanchez||Detroit Tigers||14||7||4||8||93|
|Felix Hernandez||Seattle Mariners||6||10||9||3||75|
|Hisashi Iwakuma||Seattle Mariners||6||4||5||31|
|Justin Verlander||Detroit Tigers||3||2||8|
|Bartolo Colon||Oakland Athletics||1||3||5|
|James Shields||Kansas City Royals||1||1|