In a poll where BBWAA (Baseball Writers' Association of America) voters were asked who should win the NL Cy Young award, Mets ace Jacob deGrom was the near-unanimous choice.
DeGrom received 30 of 33 first place votes in MLB.com's poll, with Max Scherzer of the Nationals receiving the other three first place votes.
When it came to point total, deGrom received 153, Scherzer received 101, and Aaron Nola of the Phillies received 63.
Things were closer in the American League, with Chris Sale edging out Blake Snell and Justin Verlander.
The 30-year-old deGrom, who leads the majors with a 1.78 ERA, has remained dominant while Scherzer and Nola have struggled over the last few weeks.
DeGrom's next start will be on Friday night in Washington, D.C. against Scherzer.
After the season, 30 BBWAA members will vote on the Cy Young awards for both leagues (along with the MVP and Rookie of the Year awrads), with the results announced in November.