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TheBigHurt
06-12-2002, 10:59 PM
First Base
1. Jason Giambi, New York, 293,287
2. John Olerud, Seattle, 177,256
3. Doug Mientkiewicz, Minnesota, 151,533
4. Carlos Delgado, Toronto, 120,881
5. Steve Cox, Tampa Bay, 117,416

Second Base
1. Alfonso Soriano, New York, 380,947
2. Bret Boone, Seattle, 301,256
3. Frank Catalanotto, Texas, 184,937
4. Luis Rivas, Minnesota, 173,757
5. Rey Sanchez, Boston, 121,507

Third Base
1. Shea Hillenbrand, Boston, 262,790
2. Robin Ventura, New York, 205,693
3. Corey Koskie, Minnesota, 195,895
4. Troy Glaus, Anaheim, 152,499
5. Jeff Cirillo, Seattle, 123,470

Shortstop
1. Alex Rodriguez, Texas, 312,045
2. Nomar Garciaparra, Boston, 246,239
3. Derek Jeter, New York, 235,549
4. Carlos Guillen, Seattle, 177,620
5. Cristian Guzman, Minnesota, 98,762

Catcher
1. Jorge Posada, New York, 280,992
2. Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 274,842
3. Dan Wilson, Seattle, 167,841
4. A.J. Pierzynski, Minnesota, 157,772
5. Jason Varitek, Boston, 144,209

Outfielders
1. Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle, 513,684
2. Manny Ramirez, Boston, 326,948
3. Torii Hunter, Minnesota, 281,699
4. Mike Cameron, Seattle, 238,678
5. Bernie Williams, New York, 224,052
6. Ben Grieve, Tampa Bay, 212,006
7. Johnny Damon, Boston, 191,724
8. Kenny Lofton, Chicago, 162,564
9. Magglio Ordonez, Chicago, 149,091
10. Carlos Beltran, Kansas City, 147,735
11. Jacque Jones, Minnesota, 122,186
12. Rusty Greer, Texas, 120,359
13. Shane Spencer, New York, 115,476
14. Mark McLemore, Seattle, 108,058
15. Trot Nixon, Boston, 107,296

National League | American League


First Base
1. Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 239,089
2. Todd Helton, Colorado, 194,186
3. Tino Martinez, St. Louis, 166,349
4. Richie Sexson, Milwaukee, 155,461
5. Mark Grace, Arizona, 145,107

Second Base
1. Roberto Alomar, New York, 353,979
2. Jose Vidro, Montreal, 253,992
3. Jeff Kent, San Francisco, 121,949
4. Fernando Vina, St. Louis, 118,865
5. Craig Biggio, Houston, 106,820

Third Base
1. Mike Lowell, Florida, 186,066
2. Scott Rolen, Philadelphia, 167,747
3. Edgardo Alfonzo, New York, 143,503
4. Aramis Ramirez, Pittsburgh, 130,736
5. Fernando Tatis, Montreal, 117,871

Shortstop
1. Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia, 196,526
2. Rich Aurilia, San Francisco, 156,815
3. Rey Ordonez, New York, 150,730
4. Rafael Furcal, Atlanta, 136,416
5. Jose Hernandez, Milwaukee, 128,687

Catcher
1. Mike Piazza, New York, 402,015
2. Benito Santiago, San Francisco, 236,367
3. Michael Barrett, Montreal, 163,622
4. Paul Lo Duca, Los Angeles, 113,464
5. Mike Matheny, St. Louis, 74,031

Outfield
1. Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 472,337
2. Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 410,880
3. Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal, 307,432
4. Lance Berkman, Houston, 246,957
5. Moises Alou, Chicago, 225,212
6. Armando Rios, Pittsburgh, 184,000
7. Tsuyoshi Shinjo, San Francisco, 140,392
8. Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 133,829
9. Jim Edmonds, St. Louis, 129,824
10. Ken Griffey Jr., Cincinnati, 128,237
11. Steve Finley, Arizona, 127,809
12. Luis Gonzalez, Arizona, 111,899
13. Andruw Jones, Atlanta, 95,006
14. Albert Pujols, St. Louis, 90,676
15. Gary Sheffield, Atlanta, 90,345

a lot of twins and expos in there.....hmm wonder why?

KruseControl04
06-12-2002, 11:08 PM
Speaking of the All-star game...... It's the fan's turn to strike back at MLB and contraction. Go and vote online for all the expos players! I would say to vote for the Twins players, but I hate the Twins with a passion, and plus they aren't in any imediate danger, they're gonna play at least one more season.