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Hanley only Marlin receiving early All-Star love

The first batch of All-Star Game voting results were revealed for the National League Tuesday, and the results don't show much love for the Marlins. Shortstop Hanley Ramirez, a two-time All-Star, was the only Marlin to rank in the top five in voting according to their position.

Dan Uggla, Jorge Cantu and Cody Ross, who are all doing considerably well at their respective positions were nowhere on the list. Here it is compliments of MLB.com

2010 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
1st Base
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Albert PujolsCardinals647,666
2.Ryan HowardPhillies329,673
3.Prince FielderBrewers200,395
4.James LoneyDodgers116,850
5.Lance BerkmanAstros112,589
2nd Base
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Chase UtleyPhillies687,724
2.Rickie WeeksBrewers169,941
3.Martin PradoBraves134,993
4.Kelly JohnsonD-backs118,342
5.Skip SchumakerCardinals112,365
3rd Base
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Placido PolancoPhillies309,458
2.David WrightMets236,387
3.Casey McGeheeBrewers185,312
4.Pablo SandovalGiants160,179
5.Chipper JonesBraves143,558
Shortstop
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Jimmy RollinsPhillies340,747
2.Hanley RamirezMarlins309,244
3.Alcides EscobarBrewers151,710
4.Rafael FurcalDodgers144,209
5.Jose ReyesMets137,321
Catcher
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Yadier MolinaCardinals316,795
2.Carlos RuizPhillies259,227
3.Ivan RodriguezNationals247,998
4.Brian McCannBraves203,377
5.Russell MartinDodgers160,698
Outfield
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Ryan BraunBrewers423,834
2.Jayson WerthPhillies365,402
3.Shane VictorinoPhillies348,841
4.Andre EthierDodgers316,383
5.Matt HollidayCardinals309,463
6.Jason HeywardBraves304,547
7.Matt KempDodgers249,554
8.Raul IbanezPhillies248,450
9.Manny RamirezDodgers217,694
10.Jason BayMets191,181
11.Alfonso SorianoCubs177,061
12.Jim EdmondsBrewers162,130
13.Justin UptonD-backs154,502
14.Carlos GomezBrewers140,145
15.Colby RasmusCardinals139,519
Results updated: Tuesday, May 25, 2010

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thejuandiggler

Wow really?
Skip the Shoemaker ahead of Dan Uggla in fifth place.
Since you guys don't take time to go to the games at least get on-line and vote !

Glags

Why would any of this be a surprise to anyone. There aren't any baseball fans in Florida. Unless, you count all the stinkin' mets, yankees and phillies fans.

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