I'm about sick of complaining about the voting tendencies of the baseball writers. This year, they got it for the most part right (A-Rod, Sabathia, Pedroia and Peavy). Even with the first one they got wrong, an argument could be made that Braun was a better choice than Tulo (although I'd go with Tulo because of his sick defense). The Gold Gloves are, well, a joke, so I won't even go there.
However, votes like today's NL MVP totals still bug the heck out of me. That Pujols and Wright finished so low is inexcusable. Congrats again to the writers for getting it wrong.
*Start slow clap*