Lovullo received 18-of-30 first place votes en route to the honor.
Molitor is just the second Hall of Fame player to be named Manager of the Year.
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Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell (33) was fourth, followed by former Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker (25) and Joe Maddon (3) of the Chicago Cubs.
Hinch navigated the Astros to a 101-61 record and their first-ever World Series title in his third season at the helm. Voting was completed before the playoffs began. The Twins used a staggering 36 different pitchers in 2017 and traded away closer Brandon Kintzler and starter Jaime Garcia at the trade deadline, after arriving at the end of July three games under.500.
"It's humbling", Molitor told MLB Network.
Molitor won the AL version of the award for leading the Twins to a wild-card berth this year after they lost 103 games in 2016. "An award like this reflects the work of the organization and everyone who contributed to the Twins having a turnaround season".