Ketel Marte finishes 4th in NL MVP voting

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Ahead of Marte, Bellinger had 19 first-place votes for 362 points, while Christian Yelich got ten and 317 points, while Anthony Rendon got the remaining top spot and 242 points. Marte finished on 198. Marte was mentioned on all thirty ballots cast, with a majority (18) putting him in fourth spot. Three writers had him ranked in the top three, including Zach Buchanan of The Athletic. The lowest placing was seventh, by Bob Nightengale - about which the less said, probably the better, but we've already crossed paths with him... It was a breakout season for Marte, who came within a single hit of becoming the first player in franchise history to win the National League batting title. Both he and Yelich

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