NL is also unanimous…Corbin Carroll Wins Arizona’s First ROY Award
Following the American League, the National League Rookie of the Year is unanimous.
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Corbin Carroll, 23, has been named the National League Rookie of the Year for the 2023 season after receiving first-place votes from all 30 voters in the National League Rookie of the Year voting, as announced by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) on Thursday.
Selected by the Diamondbacks with the 16th overall pick in the first round of the 2019 draft, Carroll made his big league debut in 2022 and enters his first year as a full-time big leaguer in 2023.
In 155 games, Carroll batted .285 with a .362 on-base percentage, .506 slugging percentage, five home runs, 76 RBI and 54 stolen bases.토토사이트
It was the 14th time in history that the National League Rookie of the Year voting was unanimous.
Previously, Frank Robinson (1956), Orlando Cepeda (1958), Willie McCovey (1959), Vince Coleman (1985), Benito Santiago (1987), Mike Piazza (1993), Raul Mondesi (1994), Scott Rolen (1997), Albert Pujols (2001), Craig Kimbrel (2011), Kris Bryant (2015), Corey Seager (2016) and Cody Bellinger (2017) won the award unanimously.
This is the first time ever that a Diamondbacks player has won the award. The previous best was Wade Miley’s second-place finish in 2012.
Senga Kodai of the New York Mets finished second with 71 points, including 22 second-place votes and five third-place votes.
James Outman of the Los Angeles Dodgers followed with 20 points, including two second-place votes and five third-place votes.