Found July 15, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
Ah yes, the NL Rookie of the Year we're talking. Our top six finishers in the NL voting probably could win the AL award in a cakewalk, but it doesn't work that way. One thing I really like about the crop of NL rookies is how diverse the candidates are. You have heavily hyped prospects, you have foreign imports, you have guys that have come out of nowhere, and you have everything in between. But it really came down to two players in our voting. Among our nine staffers that voted, these two players got all of the first place votes. One player was left off of two ballots, and one player was left off of one ballot. But at the end of the voting, it was the player who got the five first place votes who won, and not the player who picked up the only third place vote between either of the two. TOC's midseason National League Rookie of the Year is Shelby Miller of the Cardinals. Miller was a disappointing All-Star snub for the National League, and he tru...

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