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    MLB.com All Star Voting

    In case you didn't know you can go back and switch your votes, I didn't have Bruce originally, went back and replaced Holliday with Bruce for the NL outfielders.

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    ok

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    You vote for all Reds, what is wrong with you?

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by Krawhitham View Post
    You vote for all Reds, what is wrong with you?
    Uhh.. Duh.. I thought everyone knew this.
    "It's better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt."

    I'm not a man of many words. Read my posts, and you'll see what I mean.

    Some people are Optimists (They see the glass 1/2 full).
    Others are Pessimists (They see the glass 1/2 empty).
    Me, I'm a Realist. 1/2 empty IS 1/2 full.

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    I was in Atlanta this past weekend and voted at least 50 times all Reds. Didn't bother to vote AL

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by Krawhitham View Post
    You vote for all Reds, what is wrong with you?
    LOL, this.

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    Why were you voting for a Cardinal in the first place? Unacceptable.
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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    I either vote for Reds players or leave it blank if I don't think the Red at that position deserves a spot.

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    At the ballpark I always check for hanging chads. You never know.

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    I'm going to write in Dante Bichette for the fun of it.

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    I wrote in Devin Mesoraco...does anybody know if that will count?

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    I just voted for Votto and Phillips and left the rest blank. I didn't really feel like anyone else deserved it, although it appears Bruce may at this point. He also may be in the HR Derby.

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    it would be sweet for the Reds to be represented in the derby again

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    From Reds.com:

    May 31, 2011 – Brandon Phillips is pulling away. The Reds' second baseman is the leading vote-getter at second base in the National League. Batting over .300, Phillips would head to the All-Star Game for the second time in his career and for the second straight season.

    Joey Votto has the next-most votes among Reds, trailing St. Louis' Albert Pujols. Third baseman Scott Rolen and catcher Ramon Hernandez are the fifth-highest vote-getters at their respective positions, while Jay Bruce and Drew Stubbs trail the current outfield leaders.

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    Re: MLB.com All Star Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by VottoFan54 View Post
    From Reds.com:

    May 31, 2011 Brandon Phillips is pulling away. The Reds' second baseman is the leading vote-getter at second base in the National League. Batting over .300, Phillips would head to the All-Star Game for the second time in his career and for the second straight season.

    Joey Votto has the next-most votes among Reds, trailing St. Louis' Albert Pujols. Third baseman Scott Rolen and catcher Ramon Hernandez are the fifth-highest vote-getters at their respective positions, while Jay Bruce and Drew Stubbs trail the current outfield leaders.

    Maybe all the Reds should talk non stop on twitter


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