July 8, 1990

1990 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Benito Santiago, San Diego, 1,785,412.

2. Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 571,378. 3. Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 570,971. 4. Terry Kennedy, San Francisco, 521,570. 5. Craig Biggio, Houston, 391,924. 6. Joe Girardi, Chicago, 367,042. 7. Joe Oliver, Cincinnati, 356,350. 8. Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 337,211. 9. Nelson Santovenia, Montreal, 323,032. 10. Ernie Whitt, Atlanta, 218,481. 11. Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 140,992. 12. Barry Lyons, New York, 100,517.

FIRST BASE | 1. Will Clark, San Francisco, 2,211,243.

2. Mark Grace, Chicago, 706,167. 3. Pedro Guerrero, St. Louis, 479,082. 4. Glenn Davis, Houston, 477,460. 5. Andres Galarraga, Montreal, 475,729. 6. Jack Clark, San Diego, 363,038. 7. Todd Benzinger, Cincinnati, 304,769. 8. Eddie Murray, Los Angeles, 250,423. 9. Sid Bream, Pittsburgh, 195,051. 10. Ricky Jordan, Philadelphia, 187,964. 11. Mike Marshall, New York, 104,643. 12. Nick Esasky, Atlanta, 79,559.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 2,262,245.

2. Roberto Alomar, San Diego, 529,390. 3. Delino DeShields, Montreal, 501,704. 4. Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 372,899. 5. Gregg Jefferies, New York, 350,576. 6. Mariano Duncan, Cincinnati, 342,668. 7. Jose Oquendo, St. Louis, 295,139. 8. Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 284,875. 9. Tom Herr, Philadelphia, 245,264. 10. Bill Doran, Houston, 202,838. 11. Jeff Treadway, Atlanta, 103,012.

THIRD BASE | 1. Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 1,399,604.

2. Matt Williams, San Francisco, 812,543. 3. Howard Johnson, New York, 769,722. 4. Tim Wallach, Montreal, 769,169. 5. Terry Pendleton, St. Louis, 451,399. 6. Luis Salazar, Chicago, 405,311. 7. Bip Roberts, San Diego, 254,664. 8. Ken Caminiti, Houston, 228,990. 9. Charlie Hayes, Philadelphia, 196,499. 10. Jeff King, Pittsburgh, 157,731. 11. Jim Presley, Atlanta, 150,399. 12. Jeff Hamilton, Los Angeles, 117,361.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,337,815.

2. Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 1,258,595. 3. Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 846,227. 4. Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 460,196. 5. Spike Owen, Montreal, 415,022. 6. Garry Templeton, San Diego, 326,188. 7. Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 279,948. 8. Alfredo Griffin, Los Angeles, 240,849. 9. Kevin Elster, New York, 196,093. 10. Dickie Thon, Philadelphia, 176,594. 11. Rafael Ramirez, Houston, 150,686. 12. Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 62,823.

OUTFIELD | 1. Andre Dawson, Chicago, 1,622,640. 2. Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia, 1,564,157. 3. Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco, 1,348,930.

4. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1,143,282. 5. Darryl Strawberry, New York, 1,033,266. 6. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 932,080. 7. Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 804,245. 8. Eric Davis, Cincinnati, 601,215. 9. Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 595,759. 10. Tim Raines, Montreal, 583,255. 11. Willie McGee, St. Louis, 518,089. 12. Vince Coleman, St. Louis, 504,116. 13. Joe Carter, San Diego, 498,294. 14. Jerome Walton, Chicago, 435,538. 15. Brett Butler, San Francisco, 411,019. 16. Marquis Grissom, Montreal, 392,230. 17. Billy Hatcher, Cincinnati, 298,564. 18. Dale Murphy, Atlanta, 296,449. 19. Larry Walker, Montreal, 293,042. 20. Eric Anthony, Houston, 289,395. 21. Kevin McReynolds, New York, 270,765. 22. Von Hayes, Philadelphia, 262,458. 23. Dwight Smith, Chicago, 240,062. 24. Kevin Bass, Houston, 234,438. 25. Paul O'Neill, Cincinnati, 216,521. 26. Fred Lynn, San Diego, 216,191. 27. Kal Daniels, Los Angeles, 206,176. 28. Hubie Brooks, Los Angeles, 151,742. 29. John Kruk, Philadelphia, 141,307. 30. Glenn Wilson, Houston, 127,280. 31. Juan Samuel, Los Angeles, 116,673. 32. Gerald Young, Houston, 110,445. 33. Oddibe McDowell, Atlanta, 104,016. 34. Glenn Braggs, Cincinnati, 102,898. 35. Lonnie Smith, Atlanta, 72,620. 36. Keith Miller, New York, 68,691.

1990 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland, 1,043,116.

2. Carlton Fisk, Chicago, 939,392. 3. Terry Steinbach, Oakland, 854,836. 4. Tony Pena, Boston, 698,897. 5. Pat Borders, Toronto, 370,237. 6. Lance Parrish, California, 353,968. 7. Bob Boone, Kansas City, 290,012. 8. Brian Harper, Minnesota, 239,870. 9. Mickey Tettleton, Baltimore, 225,487. 10. B.J. Surhoff, Milwaukee, 194,398. 11. Geno Petralli, Texas, 182,636. 12. Mike Heath, Detroit, 175,744. 13. David Valle, Seattle, 147,993. 14. Bob Geren, New York, 112,977.

FIRST BASE | 1. Mark McGwire, Oakland, 1,206,889.

2. Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 1,151,099. 3. Don Mattingly, New York, 867,049. 4. Fred McGriff, Toronto, 502,601. 5. George Brett, Kansas City, 426,892. 6. Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 317,391. 7. Rafael Palmeiro, Texas, 249,401. 8. Keith Hernandez, Cleveland, 241,234. 9. Wally Joyner, California, 231,110. 10. Carlos Martinez, Chicago, 202,430. 11. Dave Parker, Milwaukee, 192,375. 12. Randy Milligan, Baltimore, 108,832. 13. Pete O'Brien, Seattle, 75,980. 14. Billy Jo Robidoux, Boston, 55,650.

SECOND BASE | 1. Steve Sax, New York, 1,184,890.

2. Julio Franco, Texas, 856,131. 3. Mike Gallego, Oakland, 520,371. 4. Bill Ripken, Baltimore, 512,052. 5. Nelson Liriano, Toronto, 389,324. 6. Harold Reynolds, Seattle, 379,661. 7. Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 357,703. 8. Scott Fletcher, Chicago, 355,083. 9. Willie Randolph, Oakland, 328,232. 10. Frank White, Kansas City, 242,332. 11. Al Newman, Minnesota, 227,373. 12. Jerry Browne, Cleveland, 185,200. 13. Johnny Ray, California, 170,376. 14. Marty Barrett, Boston, 151,392. 15. Jim Gantner, Milwaukee, 143,091.

THIRD BASE | 1. Wade Boggs, Boston, 1,291,273.

2. Kelly Gruber, Toronto, 1,167,506. 3. Carney Lansford, Oakland, 882,099. 4. Gary Gaetti, Minnesota, 410,749. 5. Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 353,734. 6. Robin Ventura, Chicago, 334,539. 7. Kevin Seitzer, Kansas City, 285,677. 8. Brook Jacoby, Cleveland, 247,408. 9. Steve Buechele, Texas, 205,385. 10. Jack Howell, California, 116,796. 11. Darnell Coles, Detroit, 112,768. 12. Tony Phillips, Detroit, 112,603. 13. Craig Worthington, Baltimore, 108,783. 14. Mike Blowers, New York, 92,898.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 1,202,202.

2. Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 1,054,370. 3. Tony Fernandez, Toronto, 761,010. 4. Walt Weiss, Oakland, 734,581. 5. Alan Trammell, Detroit, 439,488. 6. Kurt Stillwell, Kansas City, 404,696. 7. Greg Gagne, Minnesota, 237,005. 8. Jeff Kunkel, Texas, 152,135. 9. Dick Schofield, California, 145,840. 10. Alvaro Espinoza, New York, 138,144. 11. Jody Reed, Boston, 136,297. 12. Bill Spiers, Milwaukee, 133,454. 13. Rafael Santana, Cleveland, 94,862. 14. Omar Vizquel, Seattle, 80,134.

OUTFIELD | 1. Jose Canseco, Oakland, 2,313,091. 2. Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle, 2,159,700. 3. Rickey Henderson, Oakland, 1,989,184.

4. Bo Jackson, Kansas City, 1,394,109. 5. Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 1,342,475. 6. George Bell, Toronto, 587,183. 7. Dave Henderson, Oakland, 525,735. 8. Ruben Sierra, Texas, 452,705. 9. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 394,295. 10. Junior Felix, Toronto, 372,356. 11. Ivan Calderon, Chicago, 339,684. 12. Candy Maldonado, Cleveland, 319,577. 13. Mookie Wilson, Toronto, 307,302. 14. Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 289,205. 15. Dan Gladden, Minnesota, 268,756. 16. Tom Brunansky, Boston, 261,731. 17. Mike Greenwell, Boston, 234,416. 18. Pete Incaviglia, Texas, 218,473. 19. Jim Eisenreich, Kansas City, 205,259. 20. Lance Johnson, Chicago, 188,021. 21. Cory Snyder, Cleveland, 185,486. 22. Dwight Evans, Boston, 174,919. 23. Jesse Barfield, New York, 167,775. 24. Danny Tartabull, Kansas City, 164,479. 25. Ellis Burks, Boston, 163,271. 26. Jeffrey Leonard, Seattle, 160,474. 27. Chili Davis, California, 159,600. 28. Gary Pettis, Texas, 150,745. 29. Rob Deer, Milwaukee, 145,595. 30. Roberto Kelly, New York, 122,810. 31. Lloyd Moseby, Detroit, 122,133. 32. Chris James, Cleveland, 119,344. 33. Chet Lemon, Detroit, 117,854. 34. Phil Bradley, Baltimore, 114,640. 35. Randy Bush, Minnesota, 113,555. 36. Devon White, California, 109,140. 37. Mike Devereaux, Baltimore, 101,051. 38. Jay Buhner, Seattle, 98,025. 39. Steve Finley, Baltimore, 92,904. 40. Tracy Jones, Detroit, 86,078. 41. Claudell Washington, New York, 85,341. 42. Mel Hall, New York, 74,355.

June 7, 1990

1990 All-NBA teams

As selected by a nationwide media panel of 92, with total points and first-place votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Charles Barkley, Philadelphia, 456 (91)

Forward | Karl Malone, Utah, 456 (90)

Center | Patrick Ewing, New York, 344 (44)

Guard | Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 458 (91)

Guard | Michael Jordan, Chicago, 453 (90)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Tom Chambers, Phoenix, 234 (1)

Forward | Larry Bird, Boston, 209 (1)

Center | Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, 326 (42)

Guard | John Stockton, Utah, 241 (2)

Guard | Kevin Johnson, Phoenix, 177


THIRD TEAM

Forward | James Worthy, L.A. Lakers, 85

Forward | Chris Mullin, Golden State, 60

Center | David Robinson, San Antonio, 160 (7)

Guard | Clyde Drexler, Portland, 113

Guard | Joe Dumars, Detroit, 94

Others receiving votes | Terry Cummings, Milwaukee, 54; Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 36; Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 36; Kevin McHale, Boston, 33; Reggie Miller, Indiana, 25; Fat Lever, Denver, 18; Buck Williams, New Jersey, 16; Terry Porter, Portland, 12; Mark Price, 9; Dennis Rodman, 7; Rodney McCray, 5 (1); Rolando Blackman and Mitch Richmond, 4; Derek Harper, Bernard King and Robert Parish, 2; Tony Campbell, Eddie Johnson, Jeff Malone, Rick Mahorn, Charles Oakley, Rickey Pierce, Scottie Pippen, Charles Smith and Hot Rod Williams, Cleveland, 1.

January 27, 1990

Saturday Night’s Main Event XXV



1. Randy Savage (with Queen Sherri) defeated Jim Duggan, 9:14

2. Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior defeated Mr. Perfect and The Genius, 8:02

3. Jake Roberts defeated Greg Valentine (with Jimmy Hart) by disqualification, 5:16

4. Dusty Rhodes (with Sapphire) fought Rick Rude (with Bobby Heenan) to a double countout, 9:04

5. Dino Bravo (with Jimmy Hart and Earthquake) defeated Ron Garvin, 3:19