July 5, 1989

1989 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Benito Santiago, San Diego, 1,307,368.

2. Tony Pena, St. Louis, 741,696. 3. Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 621,436. 4, Damon Berryhill, Chicago, 497,961. 5, Gary Carter, New York, 493,448. 6, Nelson Santovenia, Montreal, 262,866. 7. Kurt Manwaring, San Francisco, 253,018. 8, Alan Ashby, Houston, 188,306. 9, Bo Diaz, Cincinnati, 179,322. 10, Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 158,369. 11. Jody Davis, Atlanta, 120,606. 12, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 112, 621. #13, Terry Kennedy, San Francisco, 19,325.

FIRST BASE | 1. Will Clark, San Francisco, 1,833,329.

2. Pedro Guerrero, St. Louis, 516,842. 3. Eddie Murray, Los Angeles, 411,801. 4, Andres Galarraga, Montreal, 394,181. 5, Glenn Davis, Houston, 386,786. 6, Keith Hernandez, New York, 381,640. 7, Mark Grace, Chicago, 372,478. 8, Jack Clark, San Diego, 345,916. 9, Todd Benzinger, Cincinnati, 194,886. 10, Ricky Jordan, Philadelphia, 148,726. 11. Sid Bream, Pittsburgh, 115,408. 12, Gerald Perry, Atlanta, 74,130. #13, Mickey Hatcher, Los Angeles, 13,492.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 1,150,064.

2. Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 608,641. 3. Willie Randolph, Los Angeles, 598,542. 4, Gregg Jefferies, New York, 487,504. 5, Jose Oquendo, St. Louis, 453,866. 6, Bill Doran, Houston, 425,072. 7, Tommy Herr, Philadelphia, 382,766. 8, Roberto Alomar, San Diego, 335,768. 9, Tom Foley, Montreal, 283,288. 10, Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 186,761. 11. Ron Oester, Cincinnati, 146,864. 12, Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 59,683. #13, Jeff Treadway, Atlanta, 12,743.

THIRD BASE | 1. Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, 729,249.

2. Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 713,113. 3. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 649,659. 4, Howard Johnson, New York, 647,415. 5, Terry Pendleton, St. Louis, 572,986. 6, Tim Wallach, Montreal, 462,789. 7. Ken Caminiti, Houston, 297,699. 8, Vance Law, Chicago, 245,941. 9, Jeff Hamilton, Los Angeles, 211,164. 10, Tim Flannery, San Diego, 181,762. 11, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 179,646. 12, Ron Gant, Atlanta, 130,698. #13, Ernest Riles, San Francisco, 4,206.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,756,038.

2. Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 798,496. 3. Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 493,784. 4, Kevin Elster, New York, 346,761. 5, Alfredo Griffin, Los Angeles, 327,480. 6, Spike Owen, Montreal, 301,858. 7, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 252,289. 8, Garry Templeton, San Diego, 245,330. 9, Rafael Ramirez, Houston, 229,466. 10, Dickie Thon, Philadelphia, 112,312. 11. Rafael Belliard, Pittsburgh, 103,283. 12, Andres Thomas, Atlanta, 102,702. 13, Rey Quinones, Pittsburgh, 84,718. #14, Steve Jeltz, Philadelphia, 4,640.

OUTFIELD | 1. Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco, 1,814,118. 2. Darryl Strawberry, New York, 1,464,605. 3. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 977,574.

4. Eric Davis, Cincinnati, 810,744. 5. Vince Coleman, St. Louis, 770,397. 6, Kirk Gibson, Los Angeles, 755,756. 7, Andre Dawson, Chicago, 691,693. 8, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 632,379. 9, Brett Butler, San Francisco, 588,564. 10, Tom Brunansky, St. Louis, 574,560. 11, Tim Raines, Montreal, 563,450. 12, Willie McGee, St. Louis, 487,019. 13, Von Hayes, Philadelphia, 419,130. 14, Kevin McReynolds, New York, 351,232. 15, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 323,382. 16, Dale Murphy, Atlanta, 314,554. 17, Hubie Brooks, Montreal, 266,533. 18. Kevin Bass, Houston, 258,684. 19, Paul O'Neill, Cincinnati, 236,324. 20, Candy Maldonado, San Francisco, 235,431. 21, Dave Martinez, Montreal, 228,086. 22, Gerald Young, Houston, 226,904. 23, Billy Hatcher, Houston, 217,833. 24, Mike Marshall, Los Angeles, 199,432. 25, John Shelby, Los Angeles, 179,181. 26, Kal Daniels, Cincinnati, 166,724. 27. Lonnie Smith, Atlanta, 166,208. 28, Glenn Wilson, Pittsburgh, 145,116. 29, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 133,387. 30, Mitch Webster, Chicago, 128,416. 31, Jerome Walton, Chicago, 125,373. 32. Mookie Wilson, New York, 121,156. 33, Carmelo Martinez, San Diego, 109,026. 34, Juan Samuel, New York, 90,083. 35, Chris James, San Diego, 76,173. #36, Milt Thompson, St. Louis, 22,459.

# | highest write-in candidate at position

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