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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 19 June 2008 03:25

MLB.comWhether it is because each fan can vote up to 25 times, or not, MLB Advanced Media reports, that All-Star Game starting lineup continues to reach record levels as the Monster 2008 All-Star Game Online Ballot on MLB.com surpassed the 100 million vote mark during Tuesday night’s games, the earliest date the ballot ever reached that milestone.

In 2007, the Monster All-Star Game Online Ballot established the previous mark when it recorded the 100 millionth vote on June 23. With just two weeks left in the balloting process, races across many positions are tightening up and appear to be too close to call. Among those positions are American League catcher, outfield and second base and National League shortstop, outfield and first base.

“These final two weeks of balloting figure to prove pivotal,” said Dinn Mann, Executive Vice President, Content, MLB.com. “Leaders in numerous categories frequently change as a result of 6-8 million votes being cast online every day.”

The Monster 2008 All-Star Game Online Ballot, which is available in four languages (English, Spanish, Japanese and traditional Chinese), closes at 11:59 p.m. (EDT) on Wednesday, July 2.

Never let it be said that the All-Star Game isn't a populatity contest.

Source: MLB Advanced Media

 
 
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