Goldschmidt got no first-place votes. McCutchen would have won unanimously had the two St. Louis voters not cast first-place ballots for Molina.
The other Dodgers to receive votes: Shortstop
Voters listed 10 choices on each ballot, in order of preference.
McCutchen finished third last season, behind
Posey got one vote this year, for eighth place. Braun, who got no votes, ended the season by serving a 65-game suspension for violating baseball's drug policy.
McCutchen, 27, batted .317 for the
Goldschmidt, 26, batted .302 and led the NL in home runs (36), runs batted in (125) and OPS (.952). The first baseman also won a