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    Keep voting for griffey

    anyone know how many votes he needs to start?

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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon4MVP
    anyone know how many votes he needs to start?
    He must be in the top-3 of OF vote getters for the National League. No magic number... just top-3 of NL outfielders.

    And he must also not have an "injury" which may cause him to miss the game. Some superstars have had "sudden" injuries during (or just before) the break... and had to spend the break with family instead of being at the game. Never happened to Junior as far as I know, but other stars have had it happen to them.
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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
    He must be in the top-3 of OF vote getters for the National League. No magic number... just top-3 of NL outfielders.

    And he must also not have an "injury" which may cause him to miss the game. Some superstars have had "sudden" injuries during (or just before) the break... and had to spend the break with family instead of being at the game. Never happened to Junior as far as I know, but other stars have had it happen to them.
    He couldn't participate in last years All-Star game because of an injury.

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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    I voted 25 times with my home email. I will do the same with my work email. 50 votes at least from me. I could break out the old yahoo email account as well. Also.... this may be obvious, but do not vote Bay, Beltran, Soriano or Jones.
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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    At last count approx. 37,000 behind Bay! I voted for Dunn, Griffey and Kearns and threw Matt Holliday (Having a stellar year BTW) in a few times. I also wrote in BP and David Ross at there perspective positions. Also did anyone know Joe Mauer was hitting .392 for the Twinkies wow! I knew he was hitting very well but not quite that well! And Nomar is quietly hitting .362 I think it was for LA, who knew?!

    Also if anyone is interested you can vote 25 times, go to tools on your browser ^ there, go to internet options and clear your cookies/web history and vote another 25 times!
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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo
    At last count approx. 37,000 behind Bay! I voted for Dunn, Griffey and Kearns and threw Matt Holliday (Having a stellar year BTW) in a few times. I also wrote in BP and David Ross at there perspective positions. Also did anyone know Joe Mauer was hitting .392 for the Twinkies wow! I knew he was hitting very well but not quite that well! And Nomar is quietly hitting .362 I think it was for LA, who knew?!

    Also if anyone is interested you can vote 25 times, go to tools on your browser ^ there, go to internet options and clear your cookies/web history and vote another 25 times!
    Sound about like my ballot.... Mauer is having a stellar year. Nice tip about the cookies.
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    Re: Keep voting for griffey

    Although I'd love to see JR. start at the All-Star game, it would be in everyone's best interest if he got all 3 of those days off.
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