Aaron Judge Unanimously Named 2017 AL Rookie Of The Year

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As expected, New York Yankees rookie right fielder Aaron Judge was unanimously named the 2017 American League Rookie of the Year on Monday night. He received all 30 first place votes to beat out second place finisher Andrew Benintendi of the Red Sox, and third place finisher Trey Mancini of the Orioles.

The 25-year-old Judge was the clear AL Rookie of the Year favorite thanks to his record breaking season. Judge hit .284/.422/.627 overall this year and set new rookie records with 52 home runs and 127 walks, and yes, with 208 strikeouts as well. That comes after a brief 2016 MLB debut in which Judge struck out 42 times in 84 at-bats.

Here's how the three Rookie of the Year finalists stacked up:

PAAVG/OBP/SLGHRRBISBWAR

Andrew Benintendi

658

.271/.352/.424

20

90

20

+2.6

Aaron Judge

678

.284/.422/.627

52

114

9

+8.1

Trey Mancini

586

.293/.338/.488

24

78

1

+2.2

By the FanGraphs version of WAR, Judge was the best player in baseball in 2017. That includes rookies and veterans, position players and pitchers. He led the AL in runs (128), homers (52), and walks (127), batted third in the All-Star Game, and won the Home Run Derby. Judge was the clear favorite for AL Rookie of the Year and is also a finalist for the AL MVP award.