NL All-Star voting

June 24, 1992

Voting results released yesterday for the starting National League team for the 63rd All-Star Game, to be played July 14 at San Diego:

Catchers

1, Benito Santiago, San Diego, 580,639. 2, Gary Carter, Montreal, 217,748. 3, Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 208,896. 4, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 206,582. 5, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 197,770. 6, Greg Olson, Atlanta, 177,970. 7, Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 100,925. 8, Kirt Manwaring, San Francisco, 69,380.

First basemen

1, Will Clark, San Francisco, 491,649. 2, Fred McGriff, San Diego, 478,918. 3, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 283,708. 4, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 136,820. 5, Mark Grace, Chicago, 131,856. 6, Eddie Murray, New York, 125,383. 7, Andres Galarraga, St. Louis, 84,489. 8, Sid Bream, Atlanta, 69,533.

Second basemen

1, Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 930,239. 2, Craig Biggio, Houston, 150,938. 3, Kurt Stillwell, San Diego, 137,717. 4, Delino DeShields, Montreal, 127,981. 5, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 105,462. 6, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 103,358. 7, Willie Randolph, New York, 102,952. 8, Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 98,250.

Shortstops

1, Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 513,913. 2, Tony Fernandez, San Diego, 460,179. 3, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 316,841. 4, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 161,667. 5, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 93,756. 6, Spike Owen, Montreal, 76,802. 7, Rafael Belliard, Atlanta, 76,763. 8, Jose Offerman, Los Angeles, 64,973.

Third basemen

1, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 444,312. 2, Gary Sheffield, San Diego, 379,336. 3, Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 233,744. 4, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 233,245. 5, Steve Buechele, Pittsburgh, 203,481. 6, Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 123,761. 7, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 82,699. 8, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 72,383.

Outfielders

1, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 781,590. 2, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 513,749. 3, Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles, 384,372. 4, Bobby Bonilla, New York, 379,285. 5, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 365,712. 6, David Justice, Atlanta, 274,983. 7, Ron Gant, Atlanta, 262,745. 8, Andre Dawson, Chicago, 251,110.

9, Felix Jose, St. Louis, 222,302. 10, Len Dykstra, Philadelphia, 221,548. 11, Brett Butler, Los Angeles, 153,703. 12, Willie McGee, San Francisco, 134,583. 13, Ray Lankford, St. Louis, 134,272. 14, Eric Davis, Los Angeles, 128,143. 15, Howard Johnson, New York, 110,244. 16, Jerald Clark, San Diego, 108,175.

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