Bryant helped lead the Cubs to the NLCS in his rookie season, hitting .275 in 151 games for the Cubs, with 26 home runs and 99 RBIs. He posted a .488 OPS and had a Wins Above Replacement mark of 5.9, according to Baseball Reference.
In the National League, Bryant was a unanimous winner, picking up all 30 first-place votes. He beat out Giants third baseman Matt Duffy, who had 22 second-place votes, and Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang, who finished third with 4 second-place votes.
Correa, the No. 1 pick in the 2012 draft, hit .279 in 99 games in 2015, with 22 home runs and 68 RBIs. He also posted a 132 OPS+, and stole 14 bases. He picked up 17 first-place votes to beat out Cleveland's Francisco Lindor, who had 13. He’s the second rookie winner in Astros history, joining Jeff Bagwell in 1991.
- Kenny Ducey