Utley continues to be the leading National League vote getters.

Utley leading NL in All-Star votes
Second baseman has never played in Yankee Stadium

2008 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
First Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Berkman, L. Astros 585,369
2. Pujols, A. Cardinals 489,394
3. Lee, D. Cubs 476,947
4. Howard, R. Phillies 248,849
5. Fielder, P. Brewers 206,525
Second Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Utley, C. Philles 847,628
2. DeRosa, M. Cubs 333,920
3. Matsui, K. Astros 275,818
4. Uggla, D. Marlins 247,271
5. Hudson, O. D-backs 226,120
Third base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Jones, C. Braves 708,515
2. Wright, D. Mets 461,330
3. Ramirez, A. Cubs 433,490
4. Reynolds, M. D-backs 195,931
5. Wigginton, T. Astros 192,174
Shortstop
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Ramirez, H. Marlins 418,197
2. Tejada, M. Astros 410,553
3. Reyes, J. Mets 340,590
4. Theriot, R. Cubs 331,811
5. Rollins, J. Phillies 293,567
Catcher
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soto, G. Cubs 594,309
2. McCann, B. Braves 391,592
3. Molina, Y. Cardinals 300,901
4. Martin, R. Dodgers 248,726
5. Snyder, C. D-backs 196,723
Outfield
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soriano, A. Cubs 635,013
2. Fukudome, K. Cubs 552,287
3. Griffey, K. Reds 490,597
4. Holliday, M. Rockies 369,692
5. Beltran, C. Mets 360,639
6. Burrell, P. Phillies 349,795
7. Lee, C. Astros 330,600
8. Upton, J. D-backs 329,427
9. Ankiel, R. Cardinals 314,639
10. Braun, R. Brewers 304,016
11. McLouth, N. Pirates 269,240
12 Pence, H. Astros 267,848
13. Young, C. D-backs 239,916
14. Ludwick, R. Cardinals 223,073
15. Church, R. Mets 222,766
Results updated: Tuesday, June 3, 2008

(H/T Phillies.com)

Looks like Chase has this one in the bag. Now can any of the others Phillies among the leaders be able to catch up? Doesn’t look good, but you never know. Here’s to hoping that Jay-Ro can get some more votes. Let get voting people.

4 Comments

If Hanley continues this major slide that he is on, Rollins could very well wind up winning the starting spot by next month.

I don’t know. Will depend on the voters, and from my experience of following the All-Star Game since 1970, (Yes, I’m that old, junior.) I know that fans tend to vote on a guy’s career stats, not on what he is doing at the moment, although I’m surprised that Jay-Ro is only in fifth place. Guess his injury have had an greater effect this year than it normally would with voters. Either that, or there’s a lot of ballot stuffing going on at the home ball parks of the four guys presently in front of him. No idea at this point.

It is curious that Rollins in only 5th, but let me say, there is certainly no ballot-stuffing going on at Pro-Player stadium, or whatever it’s called now, because the Fish cant get more than 10,000 any night!

Hmm, interesting.Very interesting. Ramirez must be getting a lot of support from online fans.

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