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MVP voting gets awful wacky

The top 10 nuggets of the week, including crazy votes from the AL MVP balloting.

Originally Published: November 26, 2003
By Jayson Stark | ESPN.com

Put down that turkey leg. It's time for a Thanksgiving edition of our Top 10 Useless Info Nuggets of the Week:

10. As mind-boggling as it may seem that Jason Giambi got a first-place vote in the MVP balloting and still finished (gulp) 13th, we found four other players in the division-play era who got first-place votes and finished lower:

1989 AL: Carney Lansford (17th) 1979 NL: Gary Carter (17th) 1979 NL: Bill Madlock (18th) 1977 AL: Carl Yastrzemski (17th)

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