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This former Red ranks 8th all-time with 19 total bases as an All-Star.  Name him.

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Below are the updated National League All-Star voting results.  To cast your ballot, CLICK HERE.  We’ll have another #VoteRedsLunch on Twitter this week and a big announcement about next week’s #VoteRedsLunch coming up.

1. Albert Pujols – 2,806,864
2. Joey Votto – 2,270,211
3. Prince Fielder – 2,066,327
4. Ryan Howard – 1,477,478
5. Freddie Freeman – 559,762

1. Brandon Phillips – 2,286,378
2. Rickie Weeks – 2,094,502
3. Chase Utley – 1,827,194
4. Dan Uggla – 1,012,370
5. Freddy Sanchez – 987,606

1. Placido Polanco – 2,599,925
2. Chipper Jones – 1,558,895
3. Pablo Sandoval – 1,302,098
4. David Wright – 1,228,710
5. Scott Rolen – 1,102,626

1. Troy Tulowitzki – 2,385,991
2. Jose Reyes – 1,972,820
3. Jimmy Rollins – 1,354,896
4. Alex Gonzalez – 928,992
5. Yuniesky Betancourt – 860,163

1. Brian McCann – 2,301,252
2. Yadier Molina – 1,836,490
3. Buster Posey – 1,573,484
4. Jonathan Lucroy – 1,098,507
5. Carlos Ruiz – 1,095,081

1. Ryan Braun – 3,034,057
2. Lance Berkman – 2,562,428
3. Matt Holliday – 2,390,118
4. Matt Kemp – 2,062,667
5. Andre Ethier – 1,889,298
6. Jay Bruce – 1,681,613
7. Shane Victorino – 1,357,115
8. Carlos Beltran – 1,261,308
9. Jason Hewyard – 1,059,581
10. Raul Ibanez – 982,046


Johnny Bench

Pete rose

Arlie Latham!


Joe Morgan

Johnny bench

tony perez

Pete Rose

Joe Morgan

Pete Rose.

Eric Davis

might as well write in Nap Lajoie

Dave Concepcion

Mordecai Brown

Johnny Bench

Johnny Bench

Pete Rose and I think he is 7th all-time not 8th.

Johnny Bench FTW!

That’s Johnny Bench!

Frank Robinson

Barry Larkin


Bench. 7 singles, 3 HRs

Tony Perez

Johnny Bench


Ken Griffey, Jr.

Frank Robinson

pete rose

Ken Griffey 1992

Joe Morgan

Pete Rose

pete rose

Johnny Bench. Tied with Hank Aaron

with 17 all-star appearances, I would have to guess Pete Rose

Peter Edward Rose

Johnny Bench

Johnny Bench

Read the question wrong,it`s Johnny Bench.

So What’s the answer ? I think it’s Dave Concepcion

Mr. Johnny Bench from the BIG RED MACHINE

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