Acuna, Freeman finish top 10 in MVP voting

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Acuna, Freeman finish top 10 in MVP voting
Acuna, Freeman finish top 10 in MVP voting

The Braves boasted two top-10 National League MVP candidates in 2019, one of the greatest offensive seasons in club history. Outfielder Ronald Acuna finished fifth in voting – his first top-five finish – and first baseman Freddie Freeman finished eighth, according to Thursday's announced results. Acuna totaled the most points (155) after winner Cody Bellinger (362), Christian Yelich (317), Anthony Rendon (242) and Ketel Marte (198). In his first full season, Acuna hit .280 with an .883 OPS across 156 games. Again a dynamic lead-off man, he fell just short in his pursuit for a 40-40 season, finishing with 41 homers and 37 steals. The 21-year-old was the reigning rookie of the year. Freeman earned

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