Ap All-star Voting

October 16, 1993

Nationwide voting by sports writers and broadcasters for the 1993 Associated Press baseball all-star team, with name, team and votes received:

First basemen Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox, 79; John Olerud, Toronto, 16; Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 3; Fred McGriff, San Diego-Atlanta, Rafael Palmeiro, Texas, 1.

Second basemen Roberto Alomar, Toronto, 60; Carlos Baerga, Cleveland, 34; Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 6; Ryne Sandberg, Chicago Cubs, 1.

Third basemen Matt Williams, San Francisco, 85; Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 4; Charlie Hayes, Colorado, 3; Wade Boggs, New York Yankees, 2; Travis Fryman, Detroit, 2; Gary Sheffield, San Diego-Florida, 2; George Brett, Kansas City, 1; Paul Molitor, Toronto, 1; Robin Ventura, Chicago White Sox, 1.

Shortstops

Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 59; Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 9; Cal Ripken, Orioles, 8; Travis Fryman, Detroit, 5; Ozzie Guillen, Chicago White Sox, 5; Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 5; Tony Fernandez, New York Mets-Toronto, 4; Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 3; Greg Gagne, Kansas City, 2; Alan Trammell, Detroit, 1.

Catchers

Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, 71; Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 21; Chris Hoiles, Orioles, 4; Mike Stanley, New York Yankees, 3; Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 1; Rick Wilkins, Chicago Cubs, 1.

Outfielders

Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 99; Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 63; Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia, 59; Ken Griffey, Seattle, 53; David Justice, Atlanta, 15; Ron Gant, Atlanta, 7; Albert Belle, Cleveland, 2; Joe Carter, Toronto, 2; Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1; Kenny

Lofton, Cleveland, 1; John Olerud, Toronto, 1.

Designated hitters Paul Molitor, Toronto, 80; Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox, 8; George Brett, Kansas City, 3; Ken Griffey, Seattle, 2; Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 2; Albert Belle, Cleveland, 1; Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 1; Sid Bream, Atlanta, 1; Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 1; John Olerud, Toronto, 1; Danny Tartabull, New York Yankees, 1.

Right-handed pitchers Greg Maddux, Atlanta, 49; Jack McDowell, Chicago White Sox, Jose Rijo, Cincinnati, 6; Bill Swift, San Francisco, 4; John Burkett, San Francisco, 2; Juan Guzman, Toronto, 2; Kevin Appier, Kansas City, 1; Pat Hentgen, Toronto, 1; Mike Mussina, Orioles, 1; Mark Portugal, Houston, 1.

Left-handed pitchers Tom Glavine, Atlanta, 54; Randy Johnson, Seattle, 38; Jimmy Key, New York Yankees, 5; Steve Avery, Atlanta, 4.

Relief pitchers Randy Myers, Chicago Cubs, 35; Rod Beck, San Francisco, 27; Bryan Harvey, Florida, 15; John Wetteland, Montreal, 8; Jeff Montgomery, Kansas City, 7; Duane Ward, Toronto, 5; Tom Henke, Texas, 2; Greg McMichael, Atlanta, 1; Mitch Williams, Philadelphia, 1.

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