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Pedroia ties for seventh in AL MVP voting

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  November 14, 2013 06:28 PM

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Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia finished tied for seventh in the American League Most Valuable Player voting. It was his highest finish since winning the award in 2008.

Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers repeated as MVP with 23 of a possible 30 first votes. Mike Trout of the Angels was second again, with Baltimore's Chris Davis coming in third.

Pedroia received 99 points, tying Adrian Beltre of Texas. David Ortiz was 10th with 47 points. Jacoby Ellsbury, Koji Uehara, and Shane Victorino also received votes.

Here is a breakdown of the voting on BBWAA.com

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