All-Star voting

June 13, 2000

All-Star voting

National League

First basemen

1, Mark McGwire, Cardinals, 671,738. 2, Andres Galarraga, Braves, 345,789. 3, Jeff Bagwell, Astros, 199,072. 4, Todd Helton, Rockies, 197,374. 5, Sean Casey, Reds, 93,059. 6, Mark Grace, Cubs, 80,962. 7, Todd Zeile, Mets, 53,845. 8, J.T. Snow, Giants, 45,419. 9, Ryan Klesko, Padres, 35,668. 10, Rico Brogna, Phillies, 26,743

Second basemen

1, Craig Biggio, Astros, 325,329. 2, Edgardo Alfonzo, Mets, 248,488. 3, Pokey Reese, Reds, 232,578. 4, Fernando Vina, Cardinals, 161,372. 5, Jeff Kent, Giants, 143,608. 6, Jose Vidro, Expos, 136,655. 7, Jay Bell, Diamondbacks, 130,349. 8, Quilvio Veras, Braves, 89,577. 9, Eric Young, Cubs, 87,450. 10, Bret Boone, Padres, 80,079.

Third basemen

1, Chipper Jones, Braves, 464,378. 2, Robin Ventura, Mets, 215,475. 3, Fernando Tatis, Cardinals, 211,780. 4, Ken Caminiti, Astros, 209,672. 5, Scott Rolen, Phillies, 130,433. 6, Matt Williams, Diamondbacks, 113,745. 7, Jeff Cirillo, Rockies, 101,786. 8, Phil Nevin, Padres, 90,005. 9, Aaron Boone, Reds, 68,888. 10, Shane Andrews, Cubs, 46,878.

Shortstops

1, Barry Larkin, Reds, 456,198. 2, Rey Ordonez, Mets, 307,680. 3, Edgar Renteria, Cardinals, 199,008. 4, Ricky Gutierrez, Cubs, 154,686. 5, Tony Womack, Diamondbacks, 106,572. 6, Walt Weiss, Braves, 88,298. 7, Alex Gonzalez, Marlins, 65,334. 8, Kevin Elster, Dodgers, 63,989. 9, Damian Jackson, Padres, 58,865. 10, Orlando Cabrera, Expos, 48,512.

Catchers

1, Mike Piazza, Mets, 819,839. 2, Jason Kendall, Pirates, 229,913. 3, Javy Lopez, Braves, 174,302. 4, Joe Girardi, Cubs, 104,623. 5, Mike Lieberthal, Phillies, 76,886. 6, Ed Taubensee, Reds, 65,379. 7, Todd Hundley, Dodgers, 55,473. 8, Eli Marrero, Cardinals, 49,070. 9, Carlos Hernandez, Padres, 45,955. 10, Chris Widger, Expos, 34,716.

Outfielders

1, Ken Griffey Jr., Reds, 692,964. 2, Sammy Sosa, Cubs, 544,915. 3, Barry Bonds, Giants, 531,297. 4, Vladimir Guerrero, Expos, 488,688. 5, Jim Edmonds, Cardinals, 479,765. 6, Andruw Jones, Braves, 182,537. 7, Tony Gwynn, Padres, 179,950. 8, Brian Giles, Pirates, 156,253. 9, Derek Bell, Mets, 145,194. 10, Steve Finley, Diamondbacks, 144,798.

11, Shawn Green, Dodgers, 132,977. 12, Larry Walker, Rockies, 123,574. 13, J.D. Drew, Cardinals, 100,139. 14, Moises Alou, Astros, 98,448. 15, Jeromy Burnitz, Brewers, 93,960. 16, Brian Jordan, Braves, 86,522. 17, Bobby Abreu, Phillies, 79,580. 18, Gary Sheffield, Dodgers, 75,763. 19, Dante Bichette, Reds, 61,014. 20, Richard Hidalgo, Astros, 54,988.

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