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Baseball Scoreboards Schedules Standings Stats Teams Players All-Time Stats Minors College

NL 1999 All-Star Final Voting

Posted: Tuesday July 06, 1999 03:26 PM

Catchers

1, Mike Piazza, New York, 1,645,304. 2, Jason Kendall, Pittsburgh, 511,587. 3 Javy Lopez, Atlanta, 487,022. 4, Mike Lieberthal, Philadelphia, 397,632. 5, Benito Santiago, Chicago, 223,211. 6, Kelly Stinnett, Arizona, 192,586. 7, Eli Marrero, St. Louis, 177,250. 8, Jim Leyritz, San Diego, 164,118. 9, Kirt Manwaring, Colorado, 138,085. 10, Tony Eusebio, Houston, 134,285.

First Basemen

1, Mark McGwire, St. Louis, 1,669,066. 2, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 837,117. 3, Sean Casey, Cincinnati, 441,372. 4, Travis Lee, Arizona, 428,372. 5, John Olerud, New York, 282,428. 6, Mark Grace, Chicago, 257,264. 7, Rico Brogna, Philadelphia, 211,637. 8, Todd Helton, Colorado, 201,679. 9, Ryan Klesko, Atlanta, 99,870. 10, J.T. Snow, San Francisco, 92,834.

Second Basemen

1, Jay Bell, Arizona, 1,203,902. 2, Craig Biggio, Houston, 1,171,574. 3, Bret Boone, Atlanta, 337,220. 4, Jeff Kent, San Francisco, 276,153. 5, Edgardo Alfonzo, New York, 249,585. 6, Mickey Morandini, Chicago, 245,377. 7, Marlon Anderson, Philadelphia, 181,485. 8, Eric Young, Los Angeles, 164,786. 9, Mike Lansing, Colorado, 146,691. 10, Pokey Reese, Cincinnati, 123,457.

Third Basemen

1, Matt Williams, Arizona, 1,310,799. 2, Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 653,197. 3, Fernando Tatis, St. Louis, 543,099. 4, Scott Rolen, Philadelphia, 433,397. 5, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 399,214. 6, Robin Ventura, New York, 369,869. 7, Vinny Castilla, Colorado, 350,750. 8, Gary Gaetti, Chicago, 186,901. 9, Ed Sprague, Pittsburgh, 104,125. 10, Aaron Boone, Cincinnati, 89,042.

Shortstops

1, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 858,203. 2, Rey Ordonez, New York, 799,858. 3, Walt Weiss, Atlanta, 414,227. 4, Edgar Renteria, St. Louis, 350,926. 5, Tony Batista, Arizona, 309,804. 6, Jose Hernandez, Chicago, 222,932. 7, Rich Aurilia, San Francisco, 222,416. 8, Desi Relaford, Philadelphia, 199,987. 9, Neifi Perez, Colorado, 199,207. 10, Alex Gonzalez, Florida, 188,189.

Outfielders

1, Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 2,315,204. 2, Larry Walker, Colorado, 1,147,524. 3, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1,054,785. 4, Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 732,765. 5, Raul Mondesi, Los Angeles, 520,581. 6, Steve Finley, Arizona, 425,655. 7, Brian Giles, Pittsburgh, 407,891. 8, Brian Jordan, Atlanta, 390,795. 9, Andruw Jones, Atlanta, 383,085. 10, Dante Bichette, Colorado, 341,532.

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