2012 All Star Voting

Final voting for the 83nd All-Star Game, played Tuesday, July 10 at Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City):

National League


American League

1.  Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants, 7,621,370
2.  Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals, 5,118,865
3.  Carlos Ruiz, Philadelphia Phillies, 4,642,113
4.  Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves, 2,552,939
5.  Jonathan Lucroy, Milwaukee Brewers, 1,962,695
6.  A.J. Ellis, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1,027,047
7.  Ryan Hanigan, Cincinatti Reds, 927,164
8.  Miguel Montero, Arizona Diamondbacks, 732,947
n.  Rod Barajas, Pittsburgh Pirates
n.  John Buck, Miami Marlins
n.  Jason Castro, Houston Astros
n.  Ramon Hernandez, Colorado Rockies
n.  Nick Hundley, San Diego Padres
n.  Wilson Ramos, Washington Nationals
n.  Geovany Soto, Chicago Cubs
n.  Josh Thole, New York Mets


1.  Mike Napoli, Texas Rangers, 4,317,718
2.  Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins, 2,922,422
3.  Matt Wieters, Baltimore Orioles, 2,393,977
4.  A.J. Pierzynski, Chicago Whie Sox, 2,082,030
5.  Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Boston Red Sox, 1,717,494
6.  Russell Martin, New York Yankees, 1,603,767
7.  Alex Avila, Detroit Tigers, 1,271,520
8.  Jose Molina, Tampa Bay Rays, 1,078,032
n.  J.P. Arenciba, Toronto Blue Jays
n.  Chris Iannetta, Los Angeles Angels
n.  Miguel Olivo, Seattle Mariners
n.  Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals
n.  Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians
n.  Kurt Suzuki, Oakland Athletics

Catchers in RED voted to Start
Catchers in BLUE added to the All-Star Squad as Reserves

(Only the Top 8 Final voting totals were released by MLB.com. All others shown as "null")


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