Updated Nov 14, 2012 - 3:46 pm
Felix finishes distant fourth in Cy Young vote
Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price won the award Wednesday, edging 2011 winner Justin Verlander.
Price, who went 20-6 with a league-leading 2.56 ERA this past season, received 14 of 28 possible first-place votes and finished with just four more points than Verlander, who received 13 first-place votes, ESPN reports.
The vote by the Baseball Writers' Association of America was the closest since 1970.
Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver finished ahead of Hernandez in third.
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