National League

ALL-STAR VOTING

June 15, 1994

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

Catchers

1, Kirt Manwaring, San Francisco, 948,307. 2, Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, 785,617. 3, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 446,408. 4, Javier Lopez, Atlanta, 142,853. 5, Benito Santiago, Florida, 101,332. 6, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 96,905. 7, Rick Wilkins, Chicago, 74,014. 8, Scott Servais, Houston, 72,216.

First basemen 1, Gregg Jefferies, St. Louis, 889,132. 2, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 3, Fred McGriff, Atlanta, 690,513. 4, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 201,810. 5, Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 185,117. 6, Mark Grace, Chicago, 137,636. 7, Eric Karros, Los Angeles, 88,821. 8, Orestes Destrade, Florida, 23,886.

Second basemen 1, Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 796,399. 2, Mariano Duncan, Philadelphia, 751,218. 3, Roberto Mejia, Colorado, 565,773. 4, Craig Biggio, Houston, 179,505. 5, Delino DeShields, Los Angeles 147,086. 6, Jeff Kent, New York, 142,103. 7, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 101,845. 8, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 62,202.

Shortstops

1, Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,126,623. 2, Wil Cordero, Montreal, 3, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 553,568. 4, Kevin Stocker, Philadelphia, 196,235. 5, Andujar Cedeno, Houston, 132,789. 6, Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 109,930. 7, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 103,992. 8, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 97,557.

Third basemen 1, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 823,926. 2, Tony Fernandez, Cincinnati, 747,821. 3, Bobby Bonilla, New York, 563,443. 4, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 572,856. 5, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 185,723. 6, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 123,425. 7, Tim Wallach, Los Angeles, 122,799. 8, Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 91,834.

Outfielders

1, Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 928,814. 2, Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia, 881,225. 3, Roberto Kelly, Atlanta, 803,641. 4, David Justice, Atlanta, 277,255. 5, Gary Sheffield, Florida, 214,104. 6, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 200,828. 7, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 187,513. 8, Pete Incaviglia, Philadelphia, 181,466.

9, Jim Eisenreich, Philadelphia, 178,528. 10, Deion Sanders, Cincinnati, 148,728. 11, Brett Butler, Los Angeles, 140,907. 12, Ellis Burks, Colorado, 131,635. 13, Dante Bichette, Colorado, 111,540. 14, Steve Finley, Houston, 108,891. 15, Ray Lankford, St. Louis, 106,056. 16, Moises Alou, Montreal, 99,803.

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