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Marlins' RHP Jose Fernandez: SB Nation's 2013 NL Best Rookie

Miami Marlins' starter Jose Fernandez was (1-0) with a 0.69 ERA, five walks and 13 Ks against the Washington Nationals this season. Both voters from Federal Baseball and the majority of the SB Nation's writers named Fernandez's the NL's Best Rookie in 2013.

Mike Ehrmann

The SB Nation's baseball writers voted on our own version of the Rookie of the Year, the NL Best Rookie for 2013. We made our choices a few weeks back and the results of the voting were published today. If you haven't had a chance to check out the full results, including the AL Awards for Pitcher, Rookie and Player of the Year for 2013, the post by Steven Goldman at SBNation.com is well worth a look...

Both FBB's Doghouse and I (Patrick Reddington) voted for the 2013 NL Best Rookie. For transparency's sake, our ballots are included below...

• FULL RESULTS:

Num Player Team 1st 2nd 3rd Points
1 Jose Fernandez Marlins 29-81% 7-19% 166
2 Yasiel Puig Dodgers 7-19% 28-80% 1-3% 120
3 Hyun-Jin Ryu Dodgers 13-36% 13
4 Shelby Miller Cardinals 8-22% 8
5 Julio Teheran Braves 1 4-3% 7
6 A.J. Pollock Diamondbacks 2 2
7 Gerrit Cole Pirates 2 2
8 Nolan Arenado Rockies 2 2
9 Jedd Gyorko Padres 1 1
10 Michael Wacha Cardinals 1 1
11 Scooter Gennett Brewers 1 1
12 Tony Cingrani Reds 1 1

• Doghouse's Ballot:

  1. Jose Fernandez - Marlins
  2. Yasiel Puig - Dodgers
  3. A.J. Pollock - D-Backs

• Patrick Reddington's Ballot:

  1. Jose Fernandez - Marlins
  2. Yasiel Puig - Dodgers
  3. Julio Teheran - Braves
• Notes: Doghouse and I were in the majority with the top two picks of Jose Fernandez and Yasiel Puig as the best rookie and runner up in 2013. Doghouse and one other voter out there went with A.J. Pollock third, while four others joined me in voting for Braves' starter Julio Teheran third. Who you got? Post your Top 3 for the NL's Best Rookie in the comment section below:

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