July 12, 1993

1993 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 1,380,005.

2. Sandy Alomar, Cleveland, 969,583. 3, Pat Borders, Toronto, 902,570. 4, Mickey Tettleton, Detroit, 693,218. 5, Brian Harper, Minnesota, 670,089. 6, Tony Pena, Boston, 444,937. 7. Matt Nokes, New York, 405,953. 8, Terry Steinbach, Oakland, 385,826.

FIRST BASE | 1. John Olerud, Toronto, 1,285,334.

2. Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 946,792. 2, Mark McGwire, Oakland, 853,409. 4, Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox, 727,796. 5, J.T. Snow, California, 559,232. 6, Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 556,171. 7, Rafael Palmeiro, Texas, 521,480. 8, Don Mattingly, New York, 409,450.

SECOND BASE | 1. Roberto Alomar, Toronto, 1,852,280.

2. Carlos Baerga, Cleveland, 858,381. 3, Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota, 729,687. 4, Bill Ripken, Texas, 559,353. 5, Steve Sax, Chicago, 517,692. 6, Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 409,596. 7. Jose Lind, Kansas City, 395,228. 8, Rich Amaral, Seattle, 321,592.

THIRD BASE | 1. Wade Boggs, New York, 1,523,805.

2. Robin Ventura, Chicago, 920,007. 3, Dean Palmer, Texas, 870,293. 4, Ed Sprague, Toronto, 670,397. 5, Edgar Martinez, Seattle, 524,132. 6, Rene Gonzales, California, 487,873. 7. Leo Gomez, Baltimore, 436,479. 8, Scott Cooper, Boston, 381,854.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 2,077,482.

2. Travis Fryman, Detroit, 848,610. 3, Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 499,590. 4, Tony Fernandez, Toronto, 495,127. 5, Dick Schofield, Toronto, 434,847. 6, Juan Bell, Milaukee, 430,926. 7. Pat Listach, Milwaukee, 425,187. 8, Spike Owen, New York, 387,573.



OUTFIELD | 1. Ken Griffey, Seattle, 2,696,918. 2. Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 2,362,551. 3. Joe Carter, Toronto, 1,407,179.

4. Albert Belle, Cleveland, 999,730. 5, Dave Winfield, Minnesota, 973,495. 6, Jose Canseco, Texas, 922,919. 7, Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 899,539. 8, Devon White, Toronto, 847,993. 9. Rickey Henderson, Oakland, 602,429. 10, Kirk Gibson, Detroit, 489,369. 11, Kenny Lofton, Cleveland, 469,922. 12, Shane Mack, Minnesota, 390,828. 13, Andre Dawson, Boston, 390,006. 14, Brady Anderson, Baltimore, 374,509. 15, Rob Deer, Detroit, 371,053. 16, Ruben Sierra, Oakland, 354,456.

1993 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 2,061,255.

2. Benito Santiago, Florida, 1,227,232. 3. Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, 644,823. 4, Joe Girardi, Colorado, 476,340. 5, Don Slaught, Pittsburgh, 470,113. 6. Tim Laker, Montreal, 436,009. 7, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 427,403. 8, Greg Olson, Atlanta, 402,257.

FIRST BASE | 1. John Kruk, Philadelphia, 1,200,219.

2. Fred McGriff, San Diego, 1,080,347. 3. Will Clark, San Francisco, 992,420. 4, Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 778,562. 5, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 769,730. 6. Mark Grace, Chicago, 457,596. 7, Eric Karros, Los Angeles, 411,954. 8, Eddie Murray, New York, 393,921.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 1,770,559.

2. Delino DeShields, Montreal, 1,259,713. 3. Craig Biggio, Houston, 744,885. 4, Bip Roberts, Cincinnati, 522,789. 5, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 486,548. 6. Mickey Morandini, Philadelphia, 410,436. 7, Bret Barberie, Florida, 388,754. 8, Carlos Garcia, Pittsburgh, 340,968.

THIRD BASE | 1. Gary Sheffield, Florida, 1,512,548.

2. Matt Williams, San Francisco, 1,063,392. 3. Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 910,977. 4, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 673,537. 5, Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 484,707. 6. Ken Caminiti, Houston, 427,966. 7, Steve Buechele, Chicago, 398,502. 8, Frank Bolick, Montreal, 346,689.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 1,259,939.

2. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,147,552. 3. Jeff Blauser, Atlanta, 796,981. 4, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 529,292. 5, Craig Shipley, San Diego, 454,874. 6. Royce Clayton, San Francisco, 408,265. 7, Freddie Benavides, Colorado, 371,089. 8, Wil Cordero, Montreal, 328,090.

OUTFIELD | 1. Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 3,074,603. 2. Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 1,125,615. 3. David Justice, Atlanta, 1,056,324.

4. Len Dykstra, Philadelphia, 838,406. 5. Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles, 816,148. 6, Derek Bell, San Diego, 806,954. 7, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 757,154. 8. Ron Gant, Atlanta, 694,542. 9, Larry Walker, Montreal, 654,789. 10, Bobby Bonilla, New York, 634,658. 11, Willie McGee, San Francisco, 630,854. 12, Moises Alou, Montreal, 577,854. 13. Alex Cole, Colorado, 531,083. 14, Jeff Conine, Florida, 528,874. 15, Marquis Grissom, Montreal, 521,548. 16, Eric Anthony, Houston, 481,129.

May 28, 1993

1993 All-NBA teams

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

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Charles Barkley, Phoenix, 490 (98)

Forward | Karl Malone, Utah, 377 (45)

Center | Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 455 (83)

Guard | Michael Jordan, Chicago, 490 (98)

Guard | Mark Price, Cleveland, 344 (44)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 372 (47)

Forward | Larry Johnson, Charlotte, 155 (3)

Center | Patrick Ewing, New York, 292 (15)

Guard | John Stockton, Utah, 294 (26)

Guard | Joe Dumars, Detroit, 290 (24)


THIRD TEAM

Forward | Scottie Pippen, Chicago, 136 (1)

Forward | Derrick Coleman, New Jersey, 60 (1)

Center | David Robinson, San Antonio, 72

Guard | Tim Hardaway, Golden State, 99 (3)

Guard | Drazen Petrovic, New Jersey, 86

Others receiving votes | Shaquille O’Neal, Orlando, 58; Danny Manning, L.A. Clippers, 55; Dan Majerle, Phoenix, 49 (1); Shawn Kemp, Seattle, 45 (1); Detlef Schrempf, Indiana, 28; Reggie Lewis, Boston, 26; Kevin Johnson, Phoenix, 14; Dennis Rodman, Detroit, 14; Reggie Miller, Indiana, 11; Larry Nance, Cleveland, 9; John Starks, New York, 8; Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 7; Clyde Drexler, Portland, 7; Sean Elliott, San Antonio, 7; Jeff Hornacek, Philadelphia, 6; Chris Mullin, Golden State, 6; Cliff Robinson, Portland, 5; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta, 4; Kenny Anderson, New Jersey, 4; Brad Daugherty, Cleveland, 4; Mark Jackson, L.A. Clippers, 3; Scott Skiles, Orlando, 3; Doug West, Minnesota, 2; Ricky Pierce, Seattle, 2; Kevin Willis, Atlanta, 2; Gary Payton, Seattle, 1; Rod Strickland, Portland, 1; Derek Harper, Dallas, 1; Muggsy Bogues, Charlotte, 1; Steve Smith, Miami, 1; Alonzo Mourning, Charlotte, 1; Horace Grant, Chicago, 1; Otis Thorpe, Houston, 1; Charles Smith, New York, 1.