Nl Voting

June 08, 1994

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

Catchers 1, Kirt Manwaring, San Francisco, 183,735. 2, Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, 143,349. 3, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 127,944. 4, Benito Santiago, Florida, 38,951. 5, Scott Servais, Houston, 33,402. 6, Javier Lopez, Atlanta, 30,828. 7, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 25,809. 8, Rick Wilkins, Chicago, 24,129.

First basemen 1, Gregg Jefferies, St. Louis, 234,379. 2, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 175,533. 3, Fred McGriff, Atlanta, 69,770. 4, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 68,006. 5, Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 41,685. 6, Mark Grace, Chicago, 26,023. 7, Eric Karros, Los Angeles, 18,681. 8, Orestes Destrade, Florida, 17,598.

Second basemen 1, Mariano Duncan, Philadelphia, 222,010. 2, Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 194,571. 3, Roberto Mejia, Colorado, 64,763. 4, Craig Biggio, Houston, 60,056. 5, Jeff Kent, New York, 41,672. 6, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 35,851. 7, Delino DeShields, Los Angeles 30,408. 8, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 24,965.

Shortstops 1, Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 200,422. 2, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 141,706. 3, Wil Cordero, Montreal, 110,885. 4, Andujar Cedeno, Houston, 48,741. 5, Kevin Stocker, Philadelphia, 46,393. 6, Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 35,822. 7, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 34,528. 8, Walt Weiss, Colorado, 29,702.

Third basemen 1, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 169,216. 2, Tony Fernandez, Cincinnati, 149,570. 3, Bobby Bonilla, New York, 148,964. 4, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 55,850. 5, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 47,867. 6, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 45,255. 7, Steve Buechele, Chicago, 26,140. 8, Charlie Hayes, Colorado, 25,397.

Outfielders 1, Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 156,004. 2, David Justice, Atlanta, 153,709. 3, Roberto Kelly, Atlanta, 130,082. 4, Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia, 101,539. 5, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 92,239. 6, Gary Sheffield, Florida, 69,090. 7, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 55,112. 8, Deion Sanders, Cincinnati, 48,833.

9, Jim Eisenreich, Philadelphia, 47,136. 10, Pete Incaviglia, Philadelphia, 45,078. 11, Steve Finley, Houston, 43,907. 12, Ellis Burks, Colorado, 42,949. 13, Luis Gonzalez, Houston, 39,560. 14, Dante Bichette, Colorado, 35,234. 15, Kevin Bass, Houston, 29,593. 16, Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 26,770.

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