"I think it's a credit to the teammates around me," Britton said during a news conference announcing the award at Wrigley Field on Saturday night. "Obviously, you're only as good as the guys behind you on the field. [With] me relying on ground balls, obviously we have a great defense back there, so a lot of the credit goes to the teammates [for] putting me in situations to be successful, too. The coaching staff, everyone really went out of their way [to] put me in situations to be successful, and that's really what it comes down to at the end of the day. You're only as good as the guys around you."