Duquette received zero.
Voting was concluded before the start of the postseason, so it was before the Orioles beat the Rangers in the one-game wild-card playoff and ultimately fell one win short of beating the Yankees in the
Beane's Oakland team won the AL West for the first time since 2006. He rose to national prominance as the subject of Michael Lewis' best-selling book "Moneyball," which told the story of Beane's methods of acquiring undervalued players in building a winning A's team in 2002.
Duquette won the award 20 years ago following his first full season as GM of the
He worked similar magic during his first year in Baltimore, turning a 93-loss team into a 93-win squad that came one win away from playing in the American League Champion Series.
The Sporting News Executive of the Year award, which has been given out since 1936, has been won by Orioles general managers four times but not since Roland Hemond received the honor following the "Why Not?" season in 1989.