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AL

CATCHER

1. Ivan Rodriguez, Tigers, 1,362,506

2. Jorge Posada, Yankees, 1,111,926

3. Joe Mauer, Twins, 951,664

4. Jason Varitek, Red Sox, 939,626

5. Victor Martinez, Indians, 566,668

FIRST BASE

1. David Ortiz, Red Sox, 1,810,440

2. Justin Morneau, Twins, 1,063,173

3. Sean Casey, Tigers, 688,613

4. Jason Giambi, Yankees, 588,403

5. Travis Hafner, Indians, 502,385

SECOND BASE

1. Placido Polanco, Tigers, 1,269,717

2. Robinson Cano, Yankees, 965,712

3. Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox, 585,544

4. Luis Castillo, Twins, 529,031

5. B.J. Upton, Devil Rays, 490,389

THIRD BASE

1. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees, 2,542,551

2. Mike Lowell, Red Sox, 892,356

3. Brandon Inge, Tigers, 572,441

4. Eric Chavez, Athletics, 325,159

5. Adrian Beltre, Mariners, 320,803

SHORTSTOP

1. Derek Jeter, Yankees, 2,127,177

2. Carlos Guillen, Tigers, 877,976

3. Miguel Tejada, Orioles, 624,457

4. Orlando Cabrera, Angels, 512,632

5. Julio Lugo, Red Sox, 509,433

OUTFIELD

1. Vladimir Guerrero, Angels, 2,043,824

2. Magglio Ordonez, Tigers, 1,445,899

3. Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners, 1,409,762

4. Manny Ramirez, Red Sox, 1,386,522

5. Torii Hunter, Twins, 1,085,445

6. Gary Sheffield, Tigers, 957,823

7. Grady Sizemore, Indians, 802,752

8. Bobby Abreu, Yankees, 746,290

9. Johnny Damon, Yankees, 708,877

10. Hideki Matsui, Yankees, 666,546

11. J.D. Drew, Red Sox, 640,889

12. Coco Crisp, Red Sox, 559,339

13. Sammy Sosa, Rangers, 515,440

14. Carl Crawford, Devil Rays, 434,507

15. Craig Monroe, Tigers, 392,096

NL

CATCHER

1. Russell Martin, Dodgers, 1,290,950

2. Paul Lo Duca, Mets, 1,077,836

3. Johnny Estrada, Brewers, 850,316

4. Brian McCann, Braves, 715,809

5. Bengie Molina, Giants, 687,937

FIRST BASE

1. Prince Fielder, Brewers, 1,453,716

2. Albert Pujols, Cardinals, 1,198,288

3. Nomar Garciaparra, Dodgers, 1,011,372

4. Derrek Lee, Cubs, 644,553

5. Carlos Delgado, Mets, 636,175

SECOND BASE

1. Chase Utley, Phillies, 1,289,300

2. Jeff Kent, Dodgers, 861,828

3. Craig Biggio, Astros, 746,770

4. Rickie Weeks, Brewers, 733,546

5. Jose Valentin, Mets, 477,560

THIRD BASE

1. David Wright, Mets, 1,424,927

2. Miguel Cabrera, Marlins, 1,142,304

3. Chipper Jones, Braves, 773,277

4. Scott Rolen, Cardinals, 625,073

5. Aramis Ramirez, Cubs, 593,356

SHORTSTOP

1. Jose Reyes, Mets, 1,365,011

2. J.J. Hardy, Brewers, 1,152,337

3. Rafael Furcal, Dodgers, 750,366

4. Jimmy Rollins, Phillies, 595,127

5. David Eckstein, Cardinals, 571,467

OUTFIELD

1. Carlos Beltran, Mets, 1,698,217

2. Ken Griffey, Jr., Reds, 1,640,575

3. Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 1,332,581

4. Barry Bonds, Giants, 1,213,423

5. Andruw Jones, Braves, 916,334

6. Matt Holliday, Rockies, 865,638

7. Carlos Lee, Astros, 808,666

8. Geoff Jenkins, Brewers, 700,761

9. Bill Hall, Brewers, 679,755

10. Luis Gonzalez, Dodgers, 638,702

11. Juan Pierre, Dodgers, 608,828

12. Corey Hart, Brewers, 582,721

13. Moises Alou, Mets, 579,502

14. Jim Edmonds, Cardinals, 560,137

15. Andre Ethier, Dodgers, 548,260

15. Craig Monroe, Tigers, 392,096

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I take it the starters are in bold.

If so, then it's good that someone like Prince Fielder will get the start at first base, nothing against Albert Pujols, who's a beast on first base.

Now, we have to wait for the reserves and the last man vote. I wonder if Barry Bonds will be on the reserves or try to fight his way in via the last man vote?

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[OUTFIELD

1. Carlos Beltran, Mets, 1,698,217

2. Ken Griffey, Jr., Reds, 1,640,575

3. Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 1,332,581

4. Barry Bonds, Giants, 1,213,423

On ESPN it showed Bonds was starting. Did Soriano give up his spot?

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B)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Billy B @ Sunday, July 1st, 2007 - 19:40:27) </div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->

[OUTFIELD

1. Carlos Beltran, Mets, 1,698,217

2. Ken Griffey, Jr., Reds, 1,640,575

3. Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 1,332,581

4. Barry Bonds, Giants, 1,213,423

On ESPN it showed Bonds was starting. Did Soriano give up his spot?

On the TBS Selection Show they had Bonds starting, not Soriano. Although being a Cubs fan I wouldn't mind it this way.

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