Al Voting American League

June 07, 1994

Results through Sunday for the starting American League team for the 65th All-Star Game, to be played July 12 in Pittsburgh:

Catchers

1, Sandy Alomar, Cleveland, 156,502. 2, Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 137,315. 3, Mike Macfarlane, Kansas City, 45,129. 4, Mike Stanley, New York, 37,090. 5, Pat Borders, Toronto, 36,758. 6, Ron Karkovice, Chicago, 33,684. 7, Terry Steinbach, Oakland, 29,564. 8, Dan Wilson, Seattle, 29,017.

First basemen

1, Frank Thomas, Chicago, 175,201. 2, Will Clark, Texas, 153,634. 3, Don Mattingly, New York, 90,018. 4, Wally Joyner, Kansas City, 38,283. 5, John Olerud, Toronto, 36,258. 6, Mo Vaughn, Boston, 32,619. 7, Rafael Palmeiro, Orioles, 30,244. 8, Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 29,551.

Second basemen

1, Roberto Alomar, Toronto, 187,650. 2, Carlos Baerga, Cleveland, 109,867. 3, Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota, 105,272. 4, Brent Gates, Oakland, 41,563. 5, Jose Lind, Kansas City, 39,652. 6, Pat Kelly, New York, 33,369. 7, Doug Strange, Texas, 27,656. 8, Joey Cora, Chicago, 26,183.

Shortstops

1, Cal Ripken, Orioles, 295,782. 2, Greg Gagne, Kansas City, 54,659. 3, Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 38,463. 4, Omar Vizquel, Cleveland, 32,919. 5, Mike Gallego, New York, 31,878. 6, Alex Gonzalez, Toronto, 30,777. 7, Manuel Lee, Texas, 26,015. 8, Alan Trammell, Detroit, 22,058.

Third basemen

1, Wade Boggs, New York, 182,265. 2, Robin Ventura, Chicago, 155,621. 3, Gary Gaetti, Kansas City, 68,485. 4, Dean Palmer, Texas, 64,490. 5, Scott Cooper, Boston, 30,899. 6, Edgar Martinez, Seattle, 30,299. 7, Chris Sabo, Orioles, 28,929. 8, Ed Sprague, Toronto, 24,267.

Outfielders

1, Ken Griffey, Seattle, 192,679. 2, Joe Carter, Toronto, 179,817. 3, Paul O'Neill, New York, 151,706. 4, Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 144,080. 5, Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 99,366. 6, Brian McRae, Kansas City, 46,334. 7, Kenny Lofton, Cleveland, 45,828. 8, Albert Belle, Cleveland, 45,780. 9, Paul Molitor, Toronto, 45,633. 10, Jose Canseco, Texas, 41,727. 11, Vince Coleman, Kansas City, 35,931. 12, Dave Winfield, Minnesota, 34,137. 13, Danny Tartabull, New York, 31,706. 14, Felix Jose, Kansas City, 26,635.15, Andre Dawson, Boston, 28,442. 16, Jay Buhner, Seattle, 28,232.

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