Wednesday, June 25, 2003

All-Star voting



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National League All-Star voting

First Base
1. Todd Helton, Rockies, 379,713
2. Jeff Bagwell, Astros, 379,499
3. Jim Thome, Phillies, 294,904
4. Tino Martinez, Cardinals, 231,721
5. Hee Seop Choi, Cubs, 194,238
Second Base
1. Marcus Giles, Braves, 418,742
2. Jeff Kent, Astros, 384,329
3. Aaron Boone, Reds, 259,483
4. Roberto Alomar, Mets, 242,721
5. Jose Vidro, Expos, 223,936
Third Base
1. Scott Rolen, Cardinals, 713,710
2. Vinny Castilla, Braves, 306,233
3. Mike Lowell, Marlins, 300,047
4. Shea Hillenbrand, Diamondbacks, 233,563
5. Edgardo Alfonzo, Giants, 163,847
Shortstop
1. Rafael Furcal, Braves, 526,630
2. Edgar Renteria, Cardinals, 483,765
3. Rich Aurilia, Giants, 235,480
4. Alex Gonzalez, Cubs, 202,050
5. Jimmy Rollins, Phillies, 178,228
Catchers
1. Javier Lopez, Braves, 410,630
2. Ivan Rodriguez, Marlins, 395,927
3. Mike Piazza, Mets, 282,226
4. Benito Santiago, Giants, 266,350
5. Mike Matheny, Cardinals, 187,814
Outfield
1. Barry Bonds, Giants, 744,095
2. Sammy Sosa, Cubs, 565,590
3. Gary Sheffield, Braves, 565,177
4. Albert Pujols, Cardinals, 486,197
5. Andruw Jones, Braves, 460,253
6. Vladimir Guerrero, Expos, 356,677
7. Chipper Jones, Braves, 346,698
8. Jim Edmonds, Cardinals, 342,295
9. Ken Griffey Jr., Reds, 242,376
10. Adam Dunn, Reds, 199,447
11. Austin Kearns, Reds, 184,260
12. Jose Cruz, Jr., Giants, 165,104
13. Moises Alou, Cubs, 159,378
14. Shawn Green, Dodgers, 152,802
15. Corey Patterson, Cubs, 147,821

American League All-Star voting

First Base
1. Carlos Delgado, Blue Jays, 589,638
2. Jason Giambi, Yankees, 419,506
3. Rafael Palmeiro, Rangers, 288,910
4. John Olerud, Mariners, 208,157
5. Mike Sweeney, Royals, 206,130
Second Base
1. Alfonso Soriano, Yankees, 881,865
2. Bret Boone, Mariners, 546,657
3. Todd Walker, Red Sox, 161,191
4. Adam Kennedy, Angels, 143,310
5. Luis Rivas, Twins, 94,876
Third Base
1. Troy Glaus, Angels, 408,739
2. Eric Chavez, Athletics, 314,081
3. Robin Ventura, Yankees, 288,559
4. Hank Blalock, Rangers, 278,204
5. Corey Koskie, Twins, 155,191
Shortstop
1. Alex Rodriguez, Rangers, 697,651
2. Nomar Garciaparra, Red Sox, 499,798
3. Derek Jeter, Yankees, 301,597
4. Miguel Tejada, Athletics, 144,026
5. David Eckstein, Angels, 132,020
Catcher
1. Jorge Posada, Yankees, 703,946
2. A.J. Pierzynski, Twins, 257,620
3. Jason Varitek, Red Sox, 256,715
4. Sandy Alomar Jr., White Sox, 196,929
5. Dan Wilson, Mariners, 170,361
Designated Hitter
1. Edgar Martinez, Mariners, 644,793
2. Carl Everett, Rangers, 307,032
3. Frank Thomas, White Sox, 175,609
4. Nick Johnson, Yankees, 173,473
5. Jeremy Giambi, Red Sox, 165,696
Outfield
1. Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners, 704,346
2. Manny Ramirez, Red Sox, 557,239
3. Torii Hunter, Twins, 487,987
4. Juan Gonzalez, Rangers, 372,850
5. Bernie Williams, Yankees, 359,761
6. Garret Anderson, Angels, 327,336
7. Hideki Matsui, Yankees, 302,508
8. Raul Mondesi, Yankees, 283,175
9. Vernon Wells, Blue Jays, 236,374
10. Mike Cameron, Mariners, 228,212
11. Rocco Baldelli, Devil Rays, 223,244
12. Tim Salmon, Angels, 203,255
13. Darin Erstad, Angels, 185,091
14. Jacque Jones, Twins, 171,758
15. Johnny Damon, Red Sox, 71,137




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