National League

NL ALL-STAR VOTING

June 15, 1993

Results through Sunday for the starting National League team for the 64th All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July 13 at FTC Baltimore:

Catchers 1, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 277,841. 2, Benito Santiago, Florida, 159,503. 3, Greg Olson, Atlanta, 83,790. 4, Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, 79,424. 5, Don Slaught, Pittsburgh, 75,384. 6, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 66,631. 7, Kirt Manwaring, San Francisco, 66,588. 8, Joe Oliver, Cincinnati, 44,988.

First basemen 1, Will Clark, San Francisco, 205,114. 2, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 169,461. 3, Fred McGriff, San Diego, 107,836. 4, Mark Grace, Chicago, 84,427. 5, Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 83,781. 6, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 74,245. 7, Gregg Jefferies, St. Louis, 58,933. 8, Sid Bream, Atlanta, 57,359.

Second basemen 1, Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 329,808. 2, Delino DeShields, Montreal, 100,297. 3, Craig Biggio, Houston, 86,311. 4, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 78,249. 5, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 71,415. 6, Bip Roberts, Cincinnati, 71,194. 7, Geronimo Pena, St. Louis, 54,351. 8, Mickey Morandini, Philadelphia, 46,478.

Shortstops 1, Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 235,165. 2, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 214,353. 3, Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 100,894. 4, Royce Clayton, San Francisco, 62,940. 5, Walt Weiss, Florida, 57,076. 6, Rey Sanchez, Chicago, 33,907. 7, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 31,202. 8, Freddie Benavides, Colorado, 29,468.

Third basemen 1, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 196,920. 2, Gary Sheffield, San Diego, 153,911. 3, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 153,018. 4, Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 104,787. 5, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 69,747. 6, Charlie Hayes, Colorado, 52,821. 7, Steve Buechele, Chicago, 46,451. 8, Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 44,097.

Outfielders 1, Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 536,241. 2, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 244,608. 3, David Justice, Atlanta, 196,650. 4, Len Dykstra, Philadelphia, 138,551. 5, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 137,868. 6, Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles, 116,770. 7, Bobby Bonilla, New York, 96,453. 8, Kevin Mitchell, Cincinnati, 95,694.

9, Larry Walker, Montreal, 83,869. 10, Ron Gant, Atlanta, 83,619. 11, Willie McGee, San Francisco, 71,833. 12, Moises Alou, Montreal, 67,916. 13, Ray Lankford, St. Louis, 60,915. 14, Brett Butler, Los Angeles, 60,200. 15, Otis Nixon, Atlanta, 56,565. 16, Bobby Kelly, Cincinnati, 52,035.

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