THERE MUST BE NOTHING TO DO IN WISCONSIN Vol. MLB ASG Voting Results.....

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Ballot stuffing again, word to Corey Hart making the team last year.


Results thus far (NATIONAL LEAGUE)


CATCHER

Yadier Molina, Cardinals. 451,368
Jason Kendall, Brewers, 383,773
Ivan Rodriguez, Astros, 292,496
Russell Martin, Dodgers, 261,917
Brian McCann, Braves, 227,564

FIRST BASE

Albert Pujols, Cardinals, 842,058
Prince Fielder, Brewers, 427,284
Ryan Howard, Phillies, 294,830
Carlos Delgado, Mets, 158,953
Lance Berkman, Astros, 146,001

SECOND BASE

Chase Utley, Phillies, 675,596
Rickie Weeks, Brewers, 401,918
Orlando Hudson, Dodgers, 314,103
Skip Schumaker, Cardinals, 223,197
Luis Castillo, Mets, 145,632

THIRD BASE

David Wright, Mets, 454,449
Bill Hall, Brewers, 371,950
Chipper Jones, Braves, 281,540
Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals, 272,744
Aramis Ramirez, Cubs, 260,529

SHORTSTOPS

J.J. Hardy, Brewers, 403,269
Hanley Ramirez, Marlins, 365,746
Jimmy Rollins, Phillies, 321,098
Jose Reyes, Mets, 280,938
Khalil Greene, Cardinals, 204,517

OUTFIELD
Ryan Braun, Brewers, 663,164
Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 545,354
Carlos Beltran, Mets, 476,843
Manny Ramirez, Dodgers, 442,763
Mike Cameron, Brewers, 432,034
Raul Ibañez, Phillies, 399,969
Corey Hart, Brewers, 397,001
Ryan Ludwick, Cardinals, 348,768
Rick Ankiel, Cardinals, 331,412
Shane Victorino, Phillies, 300,385
Andre Ethier, Dodgers, 223,086
Jayson Werth, Phillies, 217,670
Kosuke Fukudome, Cubs, 214,199
Matt Kemp, Dodgers, 209,668
Chris Duncan, Cardinals, 206,058


 
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Originally Posted by Mez 0ne

Adrian Gonzalez should be SECOND behind Pujols.
QFT..

it's a shame he might not even get in at all because charlie manuel is the manager of the NL team and there's a huge possibility that gonzalez could beleft off the roster in favor of heath bell [who is very much deserving in his own right] so he could get one of his own guys in [i.e. ryan howard]..
 
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Geez...Bill Hall barely belongs in the major leagues let alone the all star team.
 
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Originally Posted by 651akathePaul

Originally Posted by AddictedToFreshKicks

I hate fan voting... look what Montreal did with the voting for this year's NHL ASG

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they voted 3 of their mediocre players into the starting lineup and they also got their mediocre goalie to be the starting goaltender.
 
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That's BS that Adrian Gonzalez didn't even make the list.

I definitely agree with Mez, he should be right behind Pujols.
 
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Originally Posted by KB8sandiego

That's BS that Adrian Gonzalez didn't even make the list.

I definitely agree with Mez, he should be right behind Pujols.
and Joey Votto should be right behind Gonzalez.

the NL is stacked with first-basemen.
 
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Originally Posted by wildKYcat

Originally Posted by KB8sandiego

That's BS that Adrian Gonzalez didn't even make the list.

I definitely agree with Mez, he should be right behind Pujols.
and Joey Votto should be right behind Gonzalez.

the NL is stacked with first-basemen.
and Travis Ishikawa should be right behind Gonzalez.




 
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Originally Posted by Mez 0ne

THIRD BASE
David Wright, Mets, 454,449
Bill Hall, Brewers, 371,950
Chipper Jones, Braves, 281,540
Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals, 272,744
Aramis Ramirez, Cubs, 260,529
 
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Jason Kendall being second is priceless.

.206/.291/.257, 0 home runs, 15 runs batted in and 0 stolen bases in 136 at-bats.
 
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