National League All-Star voting

Final

National League

First Base

1. Lance Berkman, Astros, 3,373,696

2. Prince Fielder, Brewers, 2,596,217

3. Derrek Lee, Cubs, 2,374,916

4. Albert Pujols, Cardinals, 2,225,932

5. Ryan Howard, Phillies, 1,062,958

Second Base

1. Chase Utley, Phillies, 3,889,602

2. Mark DeRosa, Cubs, 2,039,576

3. Rickie Weeks, Brewers, 1,874,503

4. Dan Uggla, Marlins, 1,520,065

5. Kazuo Matsui, Astros, 1,428,889

Third Base

1. Chipper Jones, Braves, 3.772,211

2. Aramis Ramirez, Cubs, 2,432,700

3. David Wright, Mets, 1,740,929

4. Bill Hall, Brewers, 1,689,156

5. Ty Wigginton, Astros, 943,655

Shortstop

1. Hanley Ramirez, Marlins, 2,326,285

2. J.J. Hardy, Brewers, 2,207,730

3. Miguel Tejada, Astros, 2,025,995

4. Ryan Theriot, Cubs, 2,003,743

5. Jose Reyes, Mets, 1,309,137

Catcher

1. Geovany Soto, Cubs, 3,096,135

2. Jason Kendall, Brewers, 2,503,376

3. Brian McCann, Braves, 1,749,707

4. Yadier Molina, Cardinals, 1,682,828

5. Bengie Molina, Giants, 1,130,841

Outfield

1. Ryan Braun, Brewers, 3,835,840

2. Alfonso Soriano, Cubs, 3,353,840

3. Kosuke Fukudome, Cubs, 2,994,935

4. Ken Griffey, Jr., Reds, 2,907,746

5. Corey Hart Brewers, 2,366,008

6. Mike Cameron, Brewers, 1,832,916

7. Carlos Lee, Astros, 1,760,663

8. Matt Holliday, Rockies, 1,750,970

9. Rick Ankiel, Cardinals, 1,662,402

10. Ryan Ludwick, Cardinals, 1,467,768

11 Carlos Beltran, Mets, 1,434,766

12. Hunter Pence, Astros, 1,361,893

13. Pat Burrell, Phillies, 1,290,761

14. Justin Upton, Diamondbacks, 1,031,991

15. Nate McLouth, Pirates, 1,018,659

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