Here’s The Full Voting Breakdown For American League MVP

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By Andrew Gould To nobody’s surprise, Shohei Ohtani won his second American League MVP award on Thursday night. The two-way superstar received every first-place vote for the second time in the last three years. While Ohtani stood out in a class of his own, the rest of the ballot contained more uncertainty. Corey Seager narrowly beat out Texas Rangers teammate Marcus Semien for second place by receiving 24 second-place votes and six third-place designations. Julio Rodriguez and Kyle Tucker finished fourth and fifth on the ballot with 197 and 178 points, respectively. Here’s a look at the full v…

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