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Old 06-02-2006, 11:30 PM    (permalink
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Default MLB All-Star teams

If voting for the All-Star game ended today, 7 of the 8 positional players would come from the Yankees and Red Sox, couldn't make that up. Thome wasn't in the top-5 for 1B, wow.

Here's the NL update: link

Who are your AL and NL All-Star teams, based on your opinion, not votes.

This is for the poll question:

First Base
1. David Ortiz, Red Sox 451,431
2. Jason Giambi, Yankees 321,653

Second Base
1. Robinson Cano, Yankees 289,394
2. Mark Loretta, Red Sox 257,125

Third Base
1. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees 524,153
2. Mike Lowell, Red Sox 224,611

1. Derek Jeter, Yankees 537,218

1. Jason Varitek, Red Sox 335,417
2. Ivan Rodriguez, Tigers 277,034
3. Jorge Posada, Yankees 241,736

1. Manny Ramirez, Red Sox 516,658
2. Vladimir Guerrero, Angels 514,013
3. Johnny Damon, Yankees 393,643
4. Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners 279,843
5. Gary Sheffield, Yankees 275,688
6. Vernon Wells, Blue Jays 242,211
7. Hideki Matsui, Yankees 231,777
8. Scott Podsednik, White Sox 195,402
9. Coco Crisp, Red Sox 189,680
10. Jermaine Dye, White Sox 183,160
11. Trot Nixon, Red Sox 177,745

For the starting pitcher spot, Mike Mussina, Josh Beckett, and Curt Schilling are strong canidates.
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