Yasiel Puig took MLB by storm in 2013 -- and wasn't even voted best rookie in his league. That honor went Monday to Jose Fernandez, the Miami Marlins ace who went 12-6 with a 2.19 ERA and 187 strikeouts, and received 26 of 30 first-place votes. The American League, strangely, saw its top votes more divided, with Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers (.293/.354/.478, 13 HR in 88 games) taking 23 of 30 first-place votes to beat out fellow finalists Jose Iglesias and Chris Archer. What do you make of the picks? What does the future hold for these honorees and finalists?


Best in NL?

Puig posted a .319/.391/.534 line, but his performance tailed off late in the season.

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Who is your National League Rookie of the Year?

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    46%
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    10%

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Best in AL?

Myers went up against a defensive shortstop (Iglesias) and a starting pitcher (Archer).

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Who is your American League Rookie of the Year?

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    7%
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    26%
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    58%
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    9%

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Brightest future?

Myers and Puig are 22, while Fernandez is just 21. But pitchers aren't always durable ...

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Which of these 2013 rookies has the brightest future?

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    29%
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    18%
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    53%

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