Robbie Ray(Rays) and Corbin Burnes(Brewers) Named Cy Young Award Winners

Cy Young Award Voting

Below are point totals for the 2021 Cy Young Award balloting, as voted on by members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Ballots for each award were submitted before the start of the postseason from two writers in every city, based on the league covered.

The system rewards seven points for first place, four points for second place, three points for third place, two votes for fourth place and one point for fifth place.

AMERICAN LEAGUE RESULTS

Robbie Ray, TOR: 29 (first-place votes), 1 (second) — 207 points
Gerrit Cole, NYY: 1 (first), 29 (second) — 123 points
Lance Lynn, CWS: 11 (third), 5 (fourth), 5 (fifth) — 48 points
Nathan Eovaldi, BOS: 8 (third), 6 (fourth), 5 (fifth) — 41 points
Carlos Rodón, CWS: 4 (third), 8 (fourth), 6 (fifth) — 34 points
Frankie Montas, OAK: 2 (third), 6 (fourth), 3 (fifth) — 21 points
Lance McCullers Jr. , HOU: 1 (third), 4 (fourth), 3 (fifth) — 14 points
Liam Hendriks, CWS: 3 (third), 1 (fifth) — 10 points
José Berríos, MIN/TOR: 1 (third), 1 (fourth), 3 (fifth) — 8 points
Chris Bassitt, OAK: 2 (fifth) — 2 points
Lucas Giolito, CWS: 1 (fifth) — 1 point
Raisel Iglesias, LAA: 1 (fifth) — 1 point

NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS

Corbin Burnes, MIL: 12 (first-place votes), 14 (second), 3 (third), 1 (fourth) — 151 points
Zack Wheeler, PHI: 12 (first), 9 (second), 4 (third), 4 (fourth), 1 (fifth) — 141 points
Max Scherzer, WSH/LAD: 6 (first), 5 (second), 13 (third), 6 (fourth) — 113 points
Walker Buehler, LAD: 2 (second), 9 (third), 17 (fourth), 1 (fifth) — 70 points
Brandon Woodruff, MIL: 2 (fourth), 17 (fifth) — 21 points
Kevin Gausman, SF: 1 (third), 4 (fifth) — 7 points
Adam Wainwright, STL: 3 (fifth) — 3 points
Julio Urías, LAD: 3 (fifth) — 3 points
Jacob deGrom, NYM: 1 (fifth) — 1 point

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David Keech
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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]