November 23, 2010
Reds first baseman Joey Votto was overwhelmingly elected the National League’s Most Valuable player on Monday ending the two-year reign of Albert Pujols.
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Cincinnati’s first baseman ends Pujols’ streak
Joey Votto was overwhelmingly elected the National League’s Most Valuable Player on Monday, ending Albert Pujols’ two-year reign.
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