Not sure the last time four guys on the same team all received votes, but that's pretty cool. Or as Jayson Stark said on twitter: "After all that talk about the Phillies' historic rotation, it was the Giants who had 4 starters who got Cy Young votes. That ever happened?"
Here's the official breakdown of voting and points:
|Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers||27||3||2||207|
|Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies||4||21||7||133|
|Cliff Lee, Philadelphia Phillies||5||17||9||1||90|
|Ian Kennedy, Arizona Diamondbacks||1||3||6||18||3||76|
|Cole Hamels, Philadelphia Phillies||2||13||17|
|Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants||1||5||7|
|Yovani Gallardo, Milwaukee Brewers||1||3||5|
|Matt Cain, San Francisco Giants||1||1||3|
|John Axford, Milwaukee Brewers||2||2|
|Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta Braves||2||2|
|Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants||1||1|
|Ryan Vogelsong, San Francisco Giants||1||
Also, if you're curious where the votes for out guys came from, Vogelsong's fifth place vote came from Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. Bumgarner received his vote from Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis PD. Keith Law revealed that Matt Cain was his fourth place vote. Also, John Shea had Lincecum 5th.