Tuesday, July 03, 2001

Final NL All-Star voting




        Includes Online, Offline, Total Votes

        First Base
        1. Todd Helton, Colorado, 566,189, 600,649, 1,166,838.
        2. Mark McGwire, St. Louis, 331,050, 588,586, 919,636.
        3. Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 262,565, 369,549, 632,114
        4. Mark Grace, Arizona, 178,502, 209,266, 387,768.
        5. J.T. Snow, San Francisco, 77,453, 203,703, 281,156.
        6. Ryan Klesko, San Diego, 114,621, 143,351, 257,974
        7. Sean Casey, Cincinnati, 96,138, 159,269, 255,407.
        8. Richie Sexson, Milwaukee, 50,054, 132,424, 182,478.
        9. Todd Zeile, New York, 65,463, 101,275, 166,738.
        10. Matt Stairs, Chicago, 52,211, 95,945, 148,156.

        Second Base
        1. Jeff Kent, San Francisco, 424,978, 554,766, 979,74
        2. Craig Biggio, Houston, 316,173, 377,276, 693,449.
        3. Jay Bell, Arizona, 204,467, 275,707, 480,174
        4. Todd Walker, Colorado, 136,736, 295,595, 432,334
        5. Edgardo Alfonzo, New York, 152,877, 202,550, 355,427.
        6. Fernando Vina, St. Louis, 112,628, 202,929, 315,557.
        7. Eric Young, Chicago, 98,696, 149,878, 248,574.
        8. Pokey Reese, Cincinnati, 92,723, 153,422, 246,145.
       
9. Jose Vidro, Montreal, 78,721, 135,988, 214,709.
        10. Quilvio Veras, Atlanta, 99,377, 111,259, 210,636.

        Third Base
        1. Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 569,252 593,182 1,162,434
        2. Robin Ventura, New York, 203,052 291,254 494,306
        3. Phil Nevin, San Diego, 223,295 203,587 426,882
        4. Matt Williams, Arizona, 133,157 231,927 365,084
        5. Scott Rolen, Philadelphia, 113,003 212,443 325,446
        6. Jeff Cirillo, Colorado, 69,327 246,409 315,736
        7. Bill Mueller, Chicago, 83,686 132,721 216,407
        8. Aaron Boone, Cincinnati, 80,875 124,972 205,847
        9. Aramis Ramirez, Pittsburgh, 65,928 130,096 196,024
        10. Fernando Tatis, Montreal, 42,554 99,873 142,427.

        Shortstop
        1. Rich Aurilia, San Francisco, 505,469, 531,059, 1,036,528.
        2. Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 210,955, 388,367, 599,324

        3. Rey Ordonez, New York, 201,466, 310,641, 512,107.
        4. Rafael Furcal, Atlanta, 227,022, 195,162, 422,184.
        5. Neifi Perez, Colorado, 100,084, 271,225, 371,309.
        6. Edgar Renteria, St. Louis, 109,792, 206,648, 316,440.
        7. Tony Womack, Arizona, 114,500, 155,752, 270,254.
        8. Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia, 92,530, 138,044, 230,574.
        9. Alex Cora, Los Angeles, 73,334, 141,376, 214,710.
        10. Ricky Gutierrez, Chicago, 90,417, 121,571, 211,988.

        Catcher
        1. Mike Piazza, New York, 817,095, 1,178,499, 1,995,594.
        2. Charles Johnson, Florida, 276,250, 245,894, 522,144.
        3. Jason Kendall, Pittsburgh, 147,708, 223,887, 371,595.
        4. Javy Lopez, Atlanta, 170,001, 192,578, 362,579.
        5. Mike Matheny, St. Louis, 76,731, 155,912, 232,644.
        6. Damian Miller, Arizona, 73,022, 111,279, 184,301.
        7. Todd Hundley, Chicago, 61,538, 83,273, 144,814.
        8. Mike Lieberthal, Philadelphia, 43,087, 92,248, 135,335.
        9. Brad Ausmus, Houston, 49,561, 84,821, 134,384.
        10. Bobby Estalella, San Francisco, 32,916, 85,285, 118,204.

        Outfield
        1. Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 1,034,184, 1,106,131, 2,140,315.
        2. Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 690,063, 950,259, 1,640,324.
        3. Luis Gonzalez, Arizona, 601,155, 593,099, 1,194,254.
        4. Larry Walker, Colorado, 338,369, 532,667, 871,036.
        5. Ken Griffey, Jr., Cincinnati, 319,271, 544,288, 863,559.
        6. Jim Edmonds, St. Louis, 206,015, 276,675, 482,690.
        7. Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal, 203,058, 276,532, 479,590.
        8. J.D. Drew, St. Louis, 199,446, 255,149, 454,595.
        9. Andruw Jones, Atlanta, 236,196, 194,679, 430,875.
        10. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 151,754, 228,394, 380,148.
        11. Moises Alou, Houston, 182,228, 194,926, 377,154.
        12. Steve Finley, Arizona, 105,898, 193,789, 299,687.
        13. Gary Sheffield, Los Angeles, 116,606, 145,344, 261,950.
        14. Lance Berkman, Houston, 103,293, 110,364, 213,657.
        15. Jeromy Burnitz, Milwaukee, 64,528, 147,404, 211,93
        16. Reggie Sanders, Arizona, 86,415, 106,750, 193,165.
        17. Benny Agbayani, New York, 80,081, 106,230, 186,311.
        18. Brian Giles, Pittsburgh, 64,476, 117,311, 181,787.
        19. Bobby Abreu, Philadelphia, 65,863, 103,050, 168,913.
        20. B.J. Surhoff, Atlanta, 73,491, 95,014, 168,505.

       



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