Two former O's in NL MVP Top 10

Giants first baseman Aubrey Huff, who didn't have a lot of suitors when he filed for free agency last year, placed seventh in the voting for the National League's Most Valuable Player. Reds first baseman Joey Votto received 31 of a possible 32 first-place votes to easily win the award. One writer gave Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols the other first-place vote and chose Votto second. Phillies outfielder Jayson Werth, a first-round draft pick by the Orioles in 1997, finished eighth. Here are the results: Joey Votto, Cincinnati 443 Albert Pujols, St. Louis 279 Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado 240 Adrian Gonzalez, San Diego 197 Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado 132 Roy Halladay, Philadelphia 130 Aubrey Huff, San Francisco 70 Jayson Werth, Philadelphia 52 Martin Prado, Atlanta 51 Ryan Howard, Philadelphia 50 Buster Posey, San Francisco 40 Matt Holliday, St. Louis 32 Brian Wilson, San Francisco 28 Scott Rolen, Cincinnati 26 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee 19 Ryan Zimmerman, Washington 18 Carlos Ruiz, Philadelphia 12 Dan Uggla, Florida 12 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis 12 Jason Heyward, Atlanta 11 Brian McCann, Atlanta 9 Adam Dunn, Washington 9 Ubaldo Jimenez, Colorado 7 David Wright, New York 3 Corey Hart, Milwaukee 2 Josh Johnson, Florida 2 Heath Bell, San Diego 2 Huff and Werth are free agents. Huff is expected to re-sign with the Giants. Werth could land in Boston.

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