July 8, 1991

1991 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Sandy Alomar, Cleveland, 1,367,734.

2. Carlton Fisk, Chicago, 998,340. 3, Terry Steinbach, Oakland, 648,087. 4, Tony Pena, Boston, 507,351. 5, Pat Borders, Toronto, 502,625. 6, Lance Parrish, California, 346,381. 7, Brian Harper, Minnesota, 334,486. 8, Matt Nokes, New York, 240,177. 9, Geno Petralli, Texas, 228,044. 10, Mickey Tettleton, Detroit, 191,890. 11, Mike Macfarlane, Kansas City, 173,709. 12, Dave Valle, Seattle, 138,398. 13, B.J. Surhoff, Milwaukee, 135,044. 14, Bob Melvin, Baltimore, 74,693.

FIRST BASE | 1. Mark McGwire, Oakland, 912,052.

2. Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 861,426. 3, Wally Joyner, California, 650,100. 4, Don Mattingly, New York, 568,457. 5, George Brett, Kansas City, 522,955. 6, John Olerud, Toronto, 515,556. 7, Frank Thomas, Chicago, 509,786. 8, Rafael Palmeiro, Texas, 427,547. 9, Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 275,892. 10, Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 216,493. 11, Pete O'Brien, Seattle, 152, 113. 12, Brook Jacoby, Cleveland, 132,161. 13, Glenn Davis, Baltimore, 118,950. 14, Carlos Quintana, Boston, 108,740.

SECOND BASE | 1. Roberto Alomar, Toronto, 1,661,039.

2. Julio Franco, Texas, 709,981. 3, Steve Sax, New York, 683,563. 4, Mike Gallego, Oakland, 530,087. 5, Billy Ripken, Baltimore, 407,066. 6, Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota, 378,020. 7, Harold Reynolds, Seattle, 337,566. 8, Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 270,899. 9, Scott Fletcher, Chicago, 222,967. 10, Jody Reed, Boston, 183,412. 11, Terry Shumpert, Kansas City, 138,399. 12, Luis Sojo, California, 124,059. 13, Jim Gantner, Milwaukee, 123,145. 14, Jerry Browne, Cleveland, 89,236.

THIRD BASE | 1. Wade Boggs, Boston, 1,651,716.

2. Kelly Gruber, Toronto, 1,023,763. 3, Edgar Martinez, Seattle, 562,914. 4, Gary Gaetti, California, 453,944. 5, Steve Buechele, Texas, 356,497. 6, Ernest Riles, Oakland, 345,638. 7, Robin Ventura, Chicago, 313,000. 8, Kevin Seitzer, Kansas City, 235,209. 9, Gary Sheffield, Milwaukee, 191,166. 10, Travis Fryman, Detroit, 183,921. 11. Mike Pagliarulo, Minnesota, 178,748. 12, Carlos Baerga, Cleveland, 159,306. 13, Randy Velarde, New York, 80,513. 14, Craig Worthington, Baltimore, 80,447.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 2,060,109.

2. Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 623,152. 3, Manuel Lee, Toronto, 610,279. 4, Walt Weiss, Oakland, 539,419. 5, Alan Trammell, Detroit, 479,469. 6, Kurt Stillwell, Kansas City, 272,032. 7, Greg Gagne, Minnesota, 253,969. 8, Jeff Huson, Texas, 240,568. 9, Alvaro Espinoza, New York, 179,438. 10, Dick Schofield, California, 172,558. 11, Omar Vizquel, Seattle, 153,850. 12, Bill Spiers, Milwaukee, 122,519. 13, Felix Fermin, Cleveland, 99,822. 14, Luis Rivera, Boston, 85,435.

OUTFIELD | 1. Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, 2,248,396. 2. Dave Henderson, Oakland, 1,570,507. 3. Rickey Henderson, Oakland, 1,477,838.

4. Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 1,159,981. 5, Jose Canseco, Oakland, 1,134,654. 6, Joe Carter, Toronto, 1,047,886. 7, Ruben Sierra, Texas, 741,159. 8, Devon White, Toronto, 630,899. 9. Dave Winfield, California, 535,912. 10, Mookie Wilson, Toronto, 445,429. 11, Tim Raines, Chicago, 440,808. 12, Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 430,537. 13, Kirk Gibson, Kansas City, 366,118. 14, Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 330,619. 15, Tom Brunansky, Boston, 320,180. 16, Mike Greenwell, Boston, 307,741. 17, Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 256,253. 18, Jesse Barfield, New York, 245,412. 19, Albert Belle, Cleveland, 235,021. 20, Rob Deer, Detroit, 209,787. 21, Luis Polonia, California, 207,271. 22, Dan Gladden, Minnesota, 203,842. 23, Brian McRae, Kansas City, 200,807. 24, Ellis Burks, Boston, 188,775. 25, Dave Parker, California, 177,194. 26, Jack Daugherty, Texas, 172,644. 27, Danny Tartabull, Kansas City, 163,644. 28. Roberto Kelly, New York, 154,616. 29, Shane Mack, Minnesota, 147,710. 30, Dwight Evans, Baltimore, 138,246. 31, Chris James, Cleveland, 135,880. 32, Lance Johnson, Chicago, 135,345. 33, Alex Cole, Cleveland, 125,775. 34, Mike Devereaux, Baltimore, 123,309. 35, Jay Buhner, Seattle, 121,455. 36, Greg Briley, Seattle, 118,449. 37, Lloyd Moseby, Detroit, 113,246. 38, Franklin Stubbs, Milwaukee, 104,626. 39, Candy Maldonado, Milwaukee, 103,134. 40, Tony Phillips, 87,587. 41, Hensley Meulens, New York, 81,734. 42. Randy Milligan, Baltimore, 72,558.

1991 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Benito Santiago, San Diego, 1,751,399.

2. Craig Biggio, Houston, 910,659. 3, Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 850,396. 4, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 355,768. 5, Joe Oliver, Cincinnati, 287,124. 6, Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 277,694. 7, Mike Heath, Atlanta, 269,604. 8, Terry Kennedy, San Francisco, 255,529. 9, Mike Fitzgerald, Montreal, 254,341. 10, Joe Girardi, Chicago, 231,948. 11. Charlie O'Brien, New York, 149,534. 12, Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 139,427.

FIRST BASE | 1. Will Clark, San Francisco, 1,534,203.

2. Fred McGriff, San Diego, 1,474,502. 3, Mark Grace, Chicago, 541,465. 4, Eddie Murray, Los Angeles, 514,745. 5, Pedro Guerrero, St. Louis, 343,412. 6, Hal Morris, Cincinnati, 324,120. 7, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 269,869. 8, Sid Bream, Atlanta, 260,492. 9, Andres Galarraga, Montreal, 228,748. 10, John Kruk, Philadelphia, 150,790. 11, Dave Magadan, New York, 143,550. 12, Carmelo Martinez, Pittsburgh, 133,424.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 2,526,747.

2. Delino DeShields, Montreal, 637,022. 3, Juan Samuel, Los Angeles, 522,468. 4, Bip Roberts, San Diego, 329,215. 5, Bill Doran, Cincinnati, 307,436. 6, Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 276,106. 7, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 264,365. 8, Jose Oquendo, St. Louis, 247,493. 9, Jeff Treadway, Atlanta, 229,012. 10, Tom Herr, New York, 194,242. 11, Wally Backman, Philadelphia, 122,596. 12, Mark McLemore, Houston, 119,282.

THIRD BASE | 1. Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 1,325,774.

2. Matt Williams, San Francisco, 782,392. 3, Tim Wallach, Montreal, 715,502. 4, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 637,886. 5, Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 533,770. 6, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 443,089. 7, Gregg Jefferies, New York, 357,056. 8, Gary Scott, Chicago, 265,737. 9, Jeff King, Pittsburgh, 210,292. 10, Jeff Hamilton, Los Angeles, 158,756. 11, Jim Presley, San Diego, 143,642. 12, Charlie Hayes, Philadelphia, 133,901.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,280,495.

2. Tony Fernandez, San Diego, 1,083,010. 3, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 875,591. 4, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 623,955. 5, Howard Johnson, New York, 402,323. 6, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 347,939. 7, Alfredo Griffin, Los Angeles, 253,876. 8, Spike Owen, Montreal, 224,865. 9, Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 182,544. 10, Dickie Thon, Philadelphia, 178,239. 11. Rafael Belliard, Atlanta, 173,809. 12, Eric Yelding, Houston, 169,471.

OUTFIELD | 1. Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles, 1,393,009. 2. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1,381,602. 3. Andre Dawson, Chicago, 1,108,585.

4. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 1,085,233. 5, Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco, 1,001,357. 6, David Justice, Atlanta, 986,238. 7, George Bell, Chicago, 871,299. 8, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 870,457. 9, Eric Davis, Cincinnati, 741,005. 10, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 643,285. 11, Willie McGee, San Francisco, 593,507. 12, Felix Jose, St. Louis, 566,966. 13. Brett Butler, Los Angeles, 522,598. 14, Ivan Calderon, Montreal, 401,186. 15, Vince Coleman, New York, 382,140. 16, Len Dykstra, Philadelphia, 367,013. 17, Dale Murphy, Philadelphia, 317,094. 18, Ron Gant, Atlanta, 300,946. 19, Paul O'Neill, Cincinnati, 271,846. 20, Dave Martinez, Montreal, 260,465. 21, Steve Finley, Houston, 241,913. 22. Luis Gonzalez, Houston, 237,573. 23, Billy Hatcher, Cincinnati, 231,133. 24, Jerald Clark, San Diego, 216,179. 25, Jerome Walton, Chicago, 200,333. 26, Kal Daniels, Los Angeles, 199,145. 27, Larry Walker, Montreal, 195,548. 28, Kevin McReynolds, New York, 180,971. 29, Von Hayes, Philadelphia, 178,976. 30, Ray Lankford, St. Louis, 177,070. 31, Kevin Bass, San Francisco, 170,841. 32, Bernard Gilkey, St. Louis, 148,448. 33, Hubie Brooks, New York, 141,332. 34, Karl Rhodes, Houston, 139,372. 35, Lonnie Smith, Atlanta, 134,788. 36. Shawn Abner, San Diego, 128,126.

June 13, 1991

NBA awards [1990-91]



The flagrant foul was instituted. The Suns beat the Jazz in Tokyo. Scott Skiles had 30 assists against the Nuggets, breaking Kevin Porter’s single-game record. Rookie Dee Brown won the dunk contest. Akeem Olajuwon changed his name to Hakeem.

Player of the Year | Michael Jordan [Bulls] 31.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 55.1 2-point shooting, 85.1 free throw shooting, 2.7 steals.

2. David Robinson [Spurs]
3. Charles Barkley [76ers]
4. Magic Johnson [Lakers]
5. Karl Malone [Jazz]

Rookie of the Year | Derrick Coleman [Nets] 18.4 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 47.2 2-point shooting, 71.1 free throw shooting.

Sixth Man of the Year | Kevin McHale [Celtics] 18.4 points, 7.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 55.9 2-point shooting, 82.9 free throw shooting, 2.1 blocks.

2. Detlef Schrempf [Pacers]
3. Ricky Pierce [Bucks-SuperSonics]



[FIRST TEAM]

Forward | Charles Barkley [76ers] 27.6 points, 10.1 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 61.4 2-point shooting, 72.2 free throw shooting. Age [27]

Forward | Karl Malone [Jazz] 29.0 points, 11.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 52.9 2-point shooting, 77.0 free throw shooting. Age [27]

Center | David Robinson [Spurs] 25.6 points, 13.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 55.4 2-point shooting, 76.2 free throw shooting, 3.9 blocks. Age [25]

Guard | Michael Jordan [Bulls] 31.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 55.1 2-point shooting, 85.1 free throw shooting, 2.7 steals. Age [27]

Point guard | Magic Johnson [Lakers] 19.4 points, 7.0 rebounds, 12.5 assists, 53.2 2-point shooting, 32.0 3-point shooting, 90.6 free throw shooting. Age [31]



[SECOND TEAM]

Forward | Dominique Wilkins [Hawks] 25.9 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 49.2 2-point shooting, 34.1 3-point shooting, 82.9 free throw shooting. Age [31]

Forward | Chris Mullin [Warriors] 25.7 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 56.0 2-point shooting, 88.4 free throw shooting. Age [27]

Center | Patrick Ewing [Knicks] 26.6 points, 11.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 51.6 2-point shooting, 74.5 free throw shooting, 3.2 blocks. Age [28]

Point guard | John Stockton [Jazz] 17.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, 14.2 assists, 54.1 2-point shooting, 83.6 free throw shooting, 2.9 steals. Age [28]

Guard | Clyde Drexler [Trail Blazers] 21.5 points, 6.7 rebounds, 6.0 assists, 50.9 2-point shooting, 79.4 free throw shooting. Age [28]



[THIRD TEAM]

Forward | Scottie Pippen [Bulls] 17.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 53.4 2-point shooting, 70.6 free throw shooting, 2.4 steals. Age [25]

Forward | Larry Nance [Cavaliers] 19.2 points, 8.6 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 52.6 2-point shooting, 80.3 free throw shooting, 2.5 blocks. Age [31]

Center | Hakeem Olajuwon [Rockets] 21.2 points, 13.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 51.0 2-point shooting, 76.9 free throw shooting, 3.9 blocks, 2.2 steals | 56 games. Age [28]

Point guard | Kevin Johnson [Suns] 22.2 points, 3.5 rebounds, 10.1 assists, 52.9 2-point shooting, 84.3 free throw shooting. Age [24]

Guard | Reggie Miller [Pacers] 22.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 57.5 2-point shooting, 34.8 3-point shooting, 91.8 free throw shooting. Age [25]

[HONORABLE MENTION]

Point guard | Terry Porter [Trail Blazers] 17.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 8.0 assists, 56.4 2-point shooting, 41.5 3-point shooting, 82.3 free throw shooting, 2.0 steals. Age [27]

Point guard | Tim Hardaway [Warriors] 22.9 points, 4.0 rebounds, 9.7 assists, 49.4 2-point shooting, 38.5 3-point shooting, 80.3 free throw shooting, 2.6 steals. Age [24]
— Kevin Brewer