Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Werth, Rollins drop in All-Star voting

Since the last All-Star voting update, the Phillies went on a nine-game road trip in which they barely hit.

Werth, Rollins drop in All-Star voting

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Since the last All-Star voting update, the Phillies went on a nine-game road trip in which they barely hit.

It also took away chances for fans to vote at Citizens Bank Park. So two Phillies, Jimmy Rollins and

Jayson Werth, have dropped out of starting spots. Chase Utley and Placido Polanco remain entrenched at their positions.Voting ends July 1.


1st Base


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES


1.            Albert Pujols            Cardinals            1,549,941
2.            Ryan Howard            Phillies            761,852
3.            Prince Fielder            Brewers            416,360

4.            Joey Votto            Reds            373,595

5.            Troy Glaus            Braves            342,344

2nd Base


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES


1.            Chase Utley            Phillies            1,573,248

2.            Martin Prado            Braves            595,250
3.            Dan Uggla            Marlins            373,065
4.            Rickie Weeks            Brewers            336,543
5.            Brandon Phillips            Reds            293,686

3rd Base


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES

 

1.            Placido Polanco            Phillies            726,324

2.            David Wright            Mets            550,935
3.            Chipper Jones            Braves            493,481

4.            Casey McGehee            Brewers            455,994

5.            Ryan Zimmerman            Nationals            385,385

Shortstop


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES
 


1.            Hanley Ramirez            Marlins            835,275
2.            Jimmy Rollins            Phillies            792,987

3.            Troy Tulowitzki            Rockies            454,928

4.            Rafael Furcal            Dodgers            363,622
5.            Jose Reyes            Mets            357,502

Catcher


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES


1.            Yadier Molina            Cardinals            762,875

2.            Brian McCann            Braves            676,400

3.            Carlos Ruiz            Phillies            604,192

4.            Ivan Rodriguez            Nationals            577,022

5.            Russell Martin            Dodgers            413,209

Outfield


RANK            PLAYER NAME            NL TEAM            TOTAL VOTES


1.            Ryan Braun            Brewers            1,017,266

2.            Jason Heyward            Braves            1,008,451

3.            Andre Ethier            Dodgers            985,305
4.            Jayson Werth            Phillies            901,978

5.            Shane Victorino            Phillies            819,756
6.            Matt Holliday            Cardinals            706,759
7.            Matt Kemp            Dodgers            590,582

8.            Raul Ibanez            Phillies            561,509

9.            Manny Ramirez            Dodgers            518,506
10.            Jason Bay            Mets            500,247

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