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Berkman needs our help. Please log on to www.mlb.com and cast your vote to put him on the All Star team. You can vote up to 25 times. I've managed to account for 100 :D. You don't have to vote for all of the positions if you don't want to. He plays first base (most of the time) for you non-baseball Astros homer types. If you want to get real creative, vote for some of the marginal players in the American League :rotfl:.
 

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Good point, don't forget Burke. Voting ends on Thursday at 11:59 PM. Also, here's a tip. The e-mail address you had at your last job will work for an additional 25 votes!
 

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It's gonna take more votes then the folks here to get him even close. Y'all might be able to push Biggio up though. The starting line up is gonna be the Mets plus Pujols & Uttley.

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STAR BALLOTING UPDATE
June 26, 2006

First Base 1. Albert Pujols, Cardinals2,206,409 2. Carlos Delgado, Mets 946,093 3. Nomar Garciaparra, Dodgers694,489 4. Sean Casey, Pirates675,477 5. Lance Berkman, Astros 665,882 Second Base 1. Chase Utley, Phillies1,236,143 2. Craig Biggio, Astros1,097,119 3. Jose Castillo, Pirates1,051,990 4. Jeff Kent, Dodgers483,513 5. Marcus Giles, Braves 417,997 Third Base 1. David Wright, Mets 1,386,584 2. Scott Rolen, Cardinals1,041,250 3. Morgan Ensberg, Astros 687,229 4. Freddy Sanchez, Pirates597,249 5. Miguel Cabrera, Marlins 561,601 Shortstop 1. Jose Reyes, Mets 1,068,105 2. Jack Wilson, Pirates 986,117 3. David Eckstein, Cardinals 875,209 4. Edgar Renteria, Braves 784,030 5. Jimmy Rollins, Phillies 624,538 Catcher 1. Paul Lo Duca, Mets 1,281,767 2. Mike Piazza, Padres 880,948 3. Brad Ausmus, Astros724,172 4. Yadier Molina, Cardinals 692,302 5. Brian McCann, Braves 516,659 Outfield 1. Jason Bay, Pirates1,706,105 2. Carlos Beltran, Mets 1,537,849 3. Alfonso Soriano, Nationals 1,484,845 4. Ken Griffey Jr., Reds1,366,906 5. Andruw Jones, Braves1,250,129 6. Jim Edmonds, Cardinals863,775 7. Bobby Abreu, Phillies780,960 8. Carlos Lee, Brewers668,581 9. Barry Bonds, Giants639,755 10. Aaron Rowand, Phillies602,813 11. Adam Dunn, Reds 479,532 12. Cliff Floyd, Mets461,058 13. Xavier Nady, Mets 459,315 14. Willy Taveras, Astros432,914 15. Matt Holliday, Rockies 416,230
 
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