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Big shocker: Tejada won the AL MVP in a landslide. A-Rod finished a distant second.

Here's my question, for those voters who voted him something other than first -- if it's all about winning, why on earth did you vote for him at all? You placed him behind Tejada, but ahead of Garrett Anderson, Jason Giambi, Bernie Williams, etc., all of whom played on winning teams. Seems to me you can't have it both ways -- if winning is one of your criterion, you shouldn't vote for him at all. If it's not, you should make him #1 on your ballot (after all, everyone agrees that he was the best player in the league, regardless of any other factors).

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