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2009 MLB All-Star Voting

Final totals for fan voting, determining All-Star Game starters

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Updated July 06, 2009

Final fan voting for the 2009 All-Star Game, held in St. Louis on July 14, 2009. Fans voted on paper ballots in Major League Baseball ballparks, and online at MLB.com. Click here for full rosters.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Catchers

1. Joe Mauer, Twins, 4,335,739; 2. Jason Varitek, Red Sox, 2,225,630; 3. Jorge Posada, Yankees, 1,916,436; 4. Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Rangers, 1,497,588; 5. Victor Martinez, Indians, 1,087,761; 6. Dioner Navarro, Rays, 569,785; 7. Rod Barajas, Blue Jays, 545,735; 8. Gerald Laird, Tigers, 527,388

First Basemen

1. Mark Teixeira, Yankees, 3,309,050; 2. Kevin Youkilis, Red Sox, 3,069,906; 3. Justin Morneau, Twins, 2,186,567; 4. Miguel Cabrera, Tigers, 1,447,125; 5. Chris Davis, Rangers, 1,145,037; 6. Carlos Pena, Rays, 1,083,447; 7. Russell Branyan, Mariners, 586,020; 8. Lyle Overbay, Blue Jays, 473,248

Second Basemen

1. Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox, 3,404,384; 2. Ian Kinsler, Rangers, 3,331,298; 3. Robinson Cano, Yankees, 2,115,056; 4. Aaron Hill, Blue Jays, 1,233,710; 5. Placido Polanco, Tigers, 1,032,428; 6. Brian Roberts, Orioles, 779,159; 7. Asdrubal Cabrera, Indians, 511,542; 8. Akinori Iwamura, Rays, 474,552

Shortstops

1. Derek Jeter, Yankees, 4,851,889; 2. Jason Bartlett, Rays, 2,098,422; 3. Elvis Andrus, Rangers, 1,586,224; 4. Marco Scutaro, Blue Jays, 1,064,344; 5. Jed Lowrie, Red Sox, 933,876; 6. Adam Everett, Tigers, 603,488; 7. Alexei Ramirez, White Sox, 602,329; 8. Nick Punto, Twins, 566,629

Third Basemen

1. Evan Longoria, Rays, 4,315,210; 2. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees, 2,350,496; 3. Mike Lowell, Red Sox, 1,759,195; 4. Michael Young, Rangers, 1,741,982; 5. Brandon Inge, Tigers, 891,112; 6. Scott Rolen, Blue Jays, 850,033; 7. Joe Crede, Twins, 646,915; 8. Chone Figgins, Angels, 542,797

Outfielders

1. Jason Bay, Red Sox, 4,087,450; 2. Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners, 2,846,069; 3. Josh Hamilton, Rangers, 2,412,359; 4. Torii Hunter, Angels, 2,363,481; 5. Carl Crawford, Rays, 2,253,397; 6. Jacoby Ellsbury, Red Sox, 2,250,799; 7. Johnny Damon, Yankees, 2,012,368; 8. J.D. Drew, Red Sox, 1,735,703; 9. Nelson Cruz, Rangers, 1,715,709; 10. Ken Griffey, Jr., Mariners, 1,669,135; 11. Adam Jones, Orioles, 1,247,826; 12. David Murphy, Rangers, 1,101,818; 13. B.J. Upton, Rays, 1,080,662; 14. Curtis Granderson, Tigers, 1,068,626; 15. Nick Markakis, Orioles, 1,049,331; 16. Brett Gardner, Yankees, 1,033,103; 17. Bobby Abreu, Angels, 1,024,786; 18. Vladimir Guerrero, Angels, 916,404; 19. Grady Sizemore, Indians, 908,434; 20. Magglio Ordonez, Tigers, 745,379; 21. Michael Cuddyer, Twins, 717,940; 22. Matt Holliday, Athletics, 689,018; 23. Pat Burrell, Rays, 678,426; 24. Jermaine Dye, White Sox, 656,536


NATIONAL LEAGUE

Catchers

1. Yadier Molina, Cardinals, 2,641,467; 2. Brian McCann, Braves, 2,375,808; 3. Ivan Rodriguez, Astros, 1,810,308; 4. Jason Kendall, Brewers, 1,752,062; 5. Bengie Molina, Giants, 1,729,471; 6. Carlos Ruiz, Phillies, 1,417,906; 7. Russell Martin, Dodgers, 1,172,618; 8. Geovany Soto, Cubs, 756,900

First Basemen

1. Albert Pujols, Cardinals, 5,397,734; 2. Prince Fielder, Brewers, 2,118,947; 3. Ryan Howard, Phillies, 2,059,760; 4. Adrian Gonzalez, Padres, 1,504,979; 5. Lance Berkman, Astros, 922,870; 6. James Loney, Dodgers, 622,482; 7. Carlos Delgado, Mets, 567,956; 8. Derrek Lee, Cubs, 542,371

Second Basemen

1. Chase Utley, Phillies, 5,027,029; 2. Orlando Hudson, Dodgers, 1,703,710; 3. Rickie Weeks, Brewers, 1,355,204; 4. Skip Schumaker, Cardinals, 1,191,954; 5. Dan Uggla, Marlins, 893,916; 6. Luis Castillo, Mets, 729,780; 7. David Eckstein, Padres, 727,585; 8. Kazuo Matsui, Astros, 658,523

Shortstops

1. Hanley Ramirez, Marlins, 3,218,917; 2. Jimmy Rollins, Phillies, 2,246,792; 3. J.J. Hardy, Brewers, 1,857,288; 4. Miguel Tejada, Astros, 1,415,539; 5. Jose Reyes, Mets, 1,114,295; 6. Khalil Greene, Cardinals, 819,412; 7. Rafael Furcal, Dodgers, 811,340; 8. Ryan Theriot, Cubs, 718,058

Third Basemen

1. David Wright, Mets, 3,100,863; 2. Chipper Jones, Braves, 2,035,936; 3. Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals, 1,681,239; 4. Bill Hall, Brewers, 1,403,589; 5. Pedro Feliz, Phillies, 1,380,058; 6. Casey Blake, Dodgers, 972,763; 7. Aramis Ramirez, Cubs, 878,993; 8. Pablo Sandoval, Giants, 758,334

Outfielders

1. Ryan Braun, Brewers, 4,138,559; 2. Raul Ibanez, Phillies, 4,053,355; 3. Carlos Beltran, Mets, 2,812,295; 4. Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 2,692,994; 5. Shane Victorino, Phillies, 2,123,079; 6. Mike Cameron, Brewers, 2,018,879; 7. Manny Ramirez, Dodgers, 1,739,736; 8. Corey Hart, Brewers, 1,683,452; 9. Rick Ankiel, Cardinals, 1,632,113; 10. Jayson Werth, Phillies, 1,542,347; 11. Ryan Ludwick, Cardinals, 1,427,898; 12. Justin Upton, Diamondbacks, 1,282,501; 13. Adam Dunn, Nationals, 1,220,758; 14. Matt Kemp, Dodgers, 1,145,428; 15. Andre Ethier, Dodgers, 1,133,863; 16. Carlos Lee, Astros, 989,889; 17. Chris Duncan, Cardinals, 886,223; 18. Brad Hawpe, Rockies, 868,980; 19. Hunter Pence, Astros, 857,223; 20. Kosuke Fukudome, Cubs, 828,796; 21. Nate McLouth, Pirates and Braves, 777,613; 22. Garret Anderson, Braves, 723,537; 23. Milton Bradley, Cubs, 695,729; 24. Jeff Francoeur, Braves, 635,818

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