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Thread: All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

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    Ok maybe I am dead Homer's Ghost's Avatar
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    All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

    C - Soto, Chicago
    1B - Berkman, Houston
    2B - Utley, Philadelphia
    SS - Tejada, Houston
    3B - Jones, Atlanta
    OF - Soriano, Chicago
    OF - Fukudome, Chicago
    OF - Griffey Jr., Cincinnati


    Yeah, as much as he doesn't deserve it, I still want to see Junior in as the starter. If he does get voted in, I am going to hope and pray he does the derby.

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    Re: All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

    Apparently the fans don't care that Tejada was heavily mentioned in the Mitchell Report.

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    Re: All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

    I'd go with Hanley Ramirez at SS

    OF you could go with a number of players over the three that are currently leading: Holliday, McLouth, Ludwick, Braun ...
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    Re: All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

    Its a shame the NL Central is such a weak division.....

    Just saying.

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    Re: All-Star Voting Update (6/10)

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    Its a shame the NL Central is such a weak division.....

    Just saying.
    That's why it has six teams...
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