Ohtani, Acuna win MVPs; Seager, Semien finish 2nd, 3rd

MVP Winners: Shohei Ohtani and Ronald Acuna, Jr., clinched the American League and National League Most Valuable Player Awards in baseball.

Texas Rangers Standouts: The Texas Rangers had strong representation in the MVP voting, with Seager securing second place and Semien making a notable appearance.

Adolis Garcia's Performance: Rangers' outfielder Adolis Garcia received votes across various positions, finishing fourteenth overall in the MVP race.

National League Unusual Voting: In the National League, Acuna received all 30 first-place votes, and Mookie Betts secured every second-place vote.

Consistent Top Four: The National League ballots showed consistency, with the top four players—Acuna, Betts, Freeman, and Olson—receiving similar votes across the board.

Freddie Freeman's Placement: Freddie Freeman of the Dodgers secured third place in the National League, with a mix of third and fourth-place votes.

Matt Olson's Stand: Braves' player Matt Olson finished fourth in the National League MVP race, receiving votes for both third and fourth place.

Seager's Strong Finish: Seager from the Texas Rangers finished second in the MVP race, accumulating votes for second and third place.

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