Rockies rookie catcher Wilin Rosario finished fourth in the race for NL Rookie of the Year, receiving one first-place vote.
Colorado Rockies rookie catcher Wilin Rosario wasn't going to win the Rookie of the Year award, being knocked out of the final vote on Monday, as reported by Troy Renck. He still received votes in the competition, which ended up being won by Bryce Harper, and ended up in fourth place overall.
#Rockies C Wilin Rosario finishes 4th in NL ROY Award. Rosario led all NL rookies in HR, RBI, SLG. Congrats Wilin!— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) November 13, 2012
Rosario put up big offensive numbers during the 2012 season. He slugged 28 home runs to go along with 107 hits and 71 RBIs during his first full season with the big-league club. He had received 16 games worth of time near the end of the 2011 season before being called up full-time for 2012.
Rosario received one first-place vote for the award; according to Renck, that voter was the representative for ESPN Deportes. Jordan Pacheco received a third-place vote, one of three players to get only a single vote in the competition.