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ASG Final Vote tallies -- hard to find


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It is just me or does MLB make the final All Star Game voting tallies difficult to locate -- on line or anywhere?

 

Each year I like to see the actual vote tallies - the final vote totals -- each year it seems like the information is elusive and more difficult to find.

 

Used to be that when the ASG starters were announced, the newspaper would run the final vote tally in the sports section with all the other small type information usually found there -- box scores, transactions etc.  And I mean the actual vote totals listed for each player, each position -- that's what I like to see........to see how many votes each player received.

 

No more.  And it's tougher to find on line, too?

 

anyway know of a link?

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It is just me or does MLB make the final All Star Game voting tallies difficult to locate -- on line or anywhere?

 

Each year I like to see the actual vote tallies - the final vote totals -- each year it seems like the information is elusive and more difficult to find.

 

Used to be that when the ASG starters were announced, the newspaper would run the final vote tally in the sports section with all the other small type information usually found there -- box scores, transactions etc.  And I mean the actual vote totals listed for each player, each position -- that's what I like to see........to see how many votes each player received.

 

No more.  And it's tougher to find on line, too?

 

anyway know of a link?

If you didn't care, it would be in your face everywhere..

Funny how that works.

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I think it's kind of funky how everyone can vote so many times.  You would think from the numbers they were quoting that a lot of people have an interest in voting, but the actual number of individual voters is probably far, far less than the numbers might first indicate.

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