It’s a matter of perspective. If it’s a tie:I am thinking I will not count the first round as it is a tie and nobody was really enthusiastic about the singers. I could be persuaded to count it.
You don't think Daniels has a beautiful voice? I think both voices are very beautiful.One of important features of barocco is certain freedom of improvisation for singers and orchestra. In addition most operas were written without hope on their long stage life and for available soloists. So we have diversity provided by the author and by performers, and it's wonderful.
Two performances present here are good in their own fashion. Daniels is meditative, heartfelt, Baker is more expressive and active. The former sings with historic instruments, the latter with modern orchestra and faster (it's usually on the contrary). If I heard it in the theater, I would admire both versions, as decently performed good music. But if I have to choose, it's all about beauty of the voice and I prefer Baker.