No arguments here.
He was a unanimous choice of the voters, receiving all 32 first-place votes for 224 points. Adam Wainwright of the Cardinals received 28 second-place votes to finish with 122 points. The Rockies' Ubaldo Jimenez was third with 90 points, which included four second-place votes. Atlanta's Tim Hudson was fourth, Florida's Josh Johnson was fifth and Philadelphia's Roy Oswalt was sixth.
Halladay, the 13th unanimous selection in the 44-year history of NL Cy Young voting, became the fourth pitcher in Phillies history to win the award, joining four-time winner Steve Carlton (1972, '77, '80 and '82), John Denny ('83) and Steve Bedrosian ('87).
Halladay went 21-10 with a 2.44 ERA in 33 starts. He led the league in wins, complete games (nine), shutouts (four) and innings pitched (250 2/3). He became just the 20th pitcher in Major Legaue history to throw a perfect game when he accomplished the feat on May 29 against the Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium in Miami.
I'm just glad he's in the other league now.