In the next round of SBNation Awards, we bestow the honor of NL Pitcher of the Year on R.A. Dickey. The Mets' knucklehead squeaked out a three-point win over second-place finisher Clayton Kershaw. Your boy Johnny Cueto finished a disappointing fourth place, garnering just two total first-place votes, despite leading all of baseball in adjusted ERA.
Also of note, Craig Kimbrel, who can go suck an egg, finished in eighth place. Kris Medlen and Lance Lynn also earned votes, despite all of them being much, much worse than Aroldis Chapman. I just don't even.
|R.A. Dickey||New York Mets||13||11||6||2||157|
|Clayton Kershaw||Los Angeles Dodgers||11||12||8||2||1||154|
|Gio Gonzalez||Washington Nationals||9||7||7||6||5||129|
|Johnny Cueto||Cincinnati Reds||2||4||7||8||6||73|
|Cliff Lee||Philadelphia Phillies||5||4||3||26|
|Matt Cain||San Francisco Giants||1||5||4||17|
|Cole Hamels||Philadelphia Phillies||1||3||5||15|
|Craig Kimbrel||Atlanta Braves||1||2||6||13|
|Wade Miley||Arizona Diamondbacks||3||1||7|
|Kris Medlen||Atlanta Braves||3||3|
|Lance Lynn||St. Louis Cardinals||1||1|