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2010 MLB All-Star Game Voting Results

May 24, 2010 – 10:20 PM
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Balloting for the 2010 MLB All-Star Game, which will take place on July 13 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., is under way at MLB.com and in major league ballparks across the country. FanHouse will keep you up to date with the latest voting results for the 81st Midsummer Classic as they are released each week.


American League Voting
Vote tallies final
Leading overall vote-getter in bold
Rank Catcher Total Votes
1. Joe Mauer (Twins) 5,372,606
2. Jorge Posada (Yankees) 1,749,808
3. Victor Martinez (Red Sox) 1,180,831
4. Taylor Teagarden (Rangers) 631,674
5. Gerald Laird (Tigers) 609,510
Rank First Base Total Votes
1. Justin Morneau (Twins) 2,933,355
2. Miguel Cabrera (Tigers) 2,586,207
3. Mark Teixeira (Yankees) 2,459,015
4. Kevin Youkilis (Red Sox) 1,317,927
5. Carlos Pena (Rays) 905,850
Rank Second Base Total Votes
1. Robinson Cano (Yankees) 4,135,305
2. Dustin Pedroia (Red Sox) 1,957,694
3. Ian Kinsler (Rangers) 1,663,951
4. Orlando Hudson (Twins) 1,331,056
5. Ben Zobrist (Rays) 955,502
Rank Third Base Total Votes
1. Evan Longoria (Rays) 3,977,935
2. Alex Rodriguez (Yankees) 2,549,161
3. Michael Young (Rangers) 1,602,846
4. Adrian Beltre (Red Sox) 1,184,405
5. Brandon Inge (Tigers) 923,716
Rank Shortstop Total Votes
1. Derek Jeter (Yankees) 4,547,485
2. Elvis Andrus (Rangers) 2,094,584
3. J.J. Hardy (Twins) 1,162,190
4. Jason Bartlett (Rays) 957,396
5. Alex Gonzalez (Blue Jays) 881,943
Rank Outfield Total Votes
1. Josh Hamilton (Rangers) 2,840,816
2. Ichiro Suzuki (Mariners) 2,544,564
3. Carl Crawford (Rays) 2,235,597
4. Nelson Cruz (Rangers) 2,011,770
5. Nick Swisher (Yankees) 1,883,695
6. Curtis Granderson (Yankees) 1,628,077
7. Brett Gardner (Yankees) 1,609,544
8. Torii Hunter (Angels) 1,546,018
9. Magglio Ordonez (Tigers) 1,532,153
10. Austin Jackson (Tigers) 1,255,437
11. B.J. Upton (Rays) 1,198,954
12. Michael Cuddyer (Twins) 1,197,584
13. Vernon Wells (Blue Jays) 1,169,407
14. Denard Span (Twins) 1,107,619
15. Bobby Abreu (Angels) 1,101,719
Rank Designated Hitter Total Votes
1. Vladimir Guerrero (Rangers) 3,926,103
2. Hideki Matsui (Angels) 1,618,108
3. David Ortiz (Red Sox) 1,337,980
4. Jason Kubel (Twins) 1,074,400
5. Ken Griffey Jr. (Mariners) 1,070,862



National League Voting
Vote tallies final
Leading overall vote-getter in bold
Rank Catcher Total Votes
1. Yadier Molina (Cardinals) 2,251,285
2. Brian McCann (Braves) 1,919,295
3. Ivan Rodriguez (Nationals) 1,742,176
4. Rod Barajas (Mets) 1,304,414
5. Carlos Ruiz (Phillies) 1,301,728
Rank First Base Total Votes
1. Albert Pujols (Cardinals) 4,380,669
2. Ryan Howard (Phillies) 1,693,134
3. Troy Glaus (Braves) 1,265,126
4. Prince Fielder (Brewers) 1,215,876
5. Joey Votto (Reds) 1,145,883
Rank Second Base Total Votes
1. Chase Utley (Phillies) 3,616,038
2. Martin Prado (Braves) 2,023,051
3. Dan Uggla (Marlins) 1,359,294
4. Brandon Phillips (Reds) 1,151,515
5. Rickie Weeks (Brewers) 1,054,752
Rank Third Base Total Votes
1. David Wright (Mets) 2,285,959
2. Placido Polanco (Phillies) 1,792,413
3. Scott Rolen (Reds) 1,440,285
4. Chipper Jones (Braves) 1,370,958
5. Casey McGehee (Brewers) 1,215,258
Rank Shortstop Total Votes
1. Hanley Ramirez (Marlins) 2,573,961
2. Jimmy Rollins (Phillies) 1,788,778
3. Jose Reyes (Mets) 1,554,069
4. Troy Tulowitzki (Rockies) 1,467,913
5. Orlando Cabrera (Reds) 1,023,572
Rank Outfield Total Votes
1. Ryan Braun (Brewers) 2,972,525
2. Andre Ethier (Dodgers) 2,784,419
3. Jason Heyward (Braves) 2,728,098
4. Matt Holliday (Cardinals) 2,143,691
5. Jayson Werth (Phillies) 2,036,584
6. Shane Victorino (Phillies) 1,883,538
7. Jason Bay (Mets) 1,544,073
8. Matt Kemp (Dodgers) 1,350,306
9. Manny Ramirez (Dodgers) 1,283,232
10. Raul Ibanez (Phillies) 1,228,416
11. Justin Upton (Diamondbacks) 1,125,154
12. Alfonso Soriano (Cubs) 1,111,911
13. Ryan Ludwick (Cardinals) 1,009,546
14. Colby Rasmus (Cardinals) 999,194
15. Jonny Gomes (Reds) 936,774
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