Feliz received 20 out of 28 first-place votes, and received a total of 122 points. The other eight first-place votes went to Jackson, who finished with 98 points altogether.
Jackson batted .293/.345/.400 with four home runs, 41 RBIs and 27 stolen bases for Detroit this season. He led AL rookies in hits, runs scored, total bases, stolen bases, extra-base hits, doubles and triples.
Feliz saved a major league-record 40 games for the Rangers, helping them toward an AL West division title. He struck out 71 batters in 69 1/3 innings.
The Tigers’ Brennan Boesch finished in a tie for fifth-place in the voting, with the Rays’ John Jaso and Baltimore Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz. Boesch received three third-place votes.