Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
Washington Nationals outfield phenom Bryce Harper, who made his major league debut at Dodger Stadium on Apr. 28, was voted by SB Nation baseball writers as the top rookie in the National League.
Welcome to awards week in MLB, when the BBWAA will announce their four major annual honors over the next four days. In accordance, SB Nation baseball writers have voted on our own awards as well, and we begin with National League Rookie of the Year.
Harper put together one of the best seasons by a 19-year old in recent memory, as he hit .270/.340/.477 with 22 home runs, 18 stolen bases, 57 extra-base hits and 98 runs scored in 139 games. He made his major league debut at Dodger Stadium on Apr. 28.
Craig Minami and I submitted ballots for the National League SBN Awards. Here were our choices for NL ROY:
Here are the full NL voting results:
|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|