Jeremy Hellickson was named the top rookie in the American League this season. Hellickson received 17 of 28 first-place votes and was named on 24 of the 28 ballots. The Rays Desmond Jennings finished tied for seventh with a single third-place vote.
Hellickson is the second member of the Tampa Bay Rays to win the award, joining Evan Longoria, who won the award in 2008. He is also just the second starting pitcher to win the award in the last 30 years. Justin Verlander also won the award in 2006.
Hellickson went 13-10 with a 2.95 ERA (4.44 FIP). He struck out 117 batters and walked 72 in 189.0 innings. The Rays won 16 of the 29 games he started.
Here is a full breakdown of the voting…