erik lundegaard

All-Star Game: Vote Early and Often

How odd that they encourage us to vote more than once for the All-Star Game. Is Bud playing the numbers game? Twenty-three million ballots cast! A new record! People care! Sure, but 10 million were cast by Joe Schlumpfo, unemployed, in Des Moines.

Here's the ballot cast by Erik Schlumpfo, writer/editor, in Seattle:

I'm Twins-heavy, I know, and Yankees-deficient, but that's the fun of it. Kubel gets in just for the grannie off Mo.

Go here to vote—under the "related coverage" box. Vote early and often. Let's keep the starting nine Yankee-free.


Posted at 06:57 AM on Thu. May 20, 2010 in category Baseball  
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Tim wrote:

I cast a ballot tonight at the ballpark that was only slightly different from yours; mine had Ichiro, Vlad Guerrero, Tulowitzki,and Carlos Gonzalez. Still Yankee-free, though.
Comment posted on Sat. May 22, 2010 at 01:00 AM

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