Of the sixteen NL managers, only six (Willie Randolph, Fredi Gonzalez, Jim Tracy, Pete Mackanin, and Cecil Cooper; the latter two replaced others who were fired earlier in the year) didn't get any votes.
Ten AL managers got votes, including BOTH Seattle managers, even though Mike Hargrove's .577 percentage was far better than John McLaren's .512.
I confess I find myself a little puzzled by whoever gave Manny Acta a first-place vote.
The point system is the same as for Rookie of the Year -- five points for first, three for second, one for third.
If I'd have had a vote in the AL balloting, it would have gone to Torre -- I thought he did a magnificent job of getting a team with almost no starting pitching to the postseason, and I think the Yankees will dearly miss him in 2008.