1992 NL All-Star voting



Catcher | 1. Benito Santiago, San Diego, 1,323,419

2. Darren Daulton, Philadelphia, 862,957. 3. Gary Carter, Montreal, 708,620. 4, Greg Olson, Atlanta, 502,265. 5, Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 474,415. 6, Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis, 448,092. 7, Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 255,769. 8, Kirt Manwaring, San Francisco, 196,549. 9, Joe Oliver, Cincinnati, 189,336. 10, Eddie Taubensee, Houston, 140,556. 11. Rick Wilkins, Chicago, 128,244. 12, Todd Hundley, New York, 108,375.

First base | 1. Fred McGriff, San Diego, 1,262,985

2. Will Clark, San Francisco, 1,246,822. 3. John Kruk, Philadelphia, 815,274. 4, Mark Grace, Chicago, 366,586. 5, Jeff Bagwell, Houston, 330,222. 6, Eddie Murray, New York, 294,418. 7, Tim Wallach, Montreal, 276,833. 8, Hal Morris, Cincinnati, 229,519. 9, Sid Bream, Atlanta, 218,433. 10, Andres Galarraga, St. Louis, 150,956. 11, Jeff King, Pittsburgh, 128,577. 12, Kal Daniels, Los Angeles-Chicago, 98,247.

Second base | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 2,434,660

2. Delino DeShields, Montreal, 479,655. 3. Craig Biggio, Houston, 363,841. 4, Kurt Stillwell, San Diego, 355,901. 5, Mark Lemke, Atlanta, 315,546. 6, Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 279,599. 7, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 269,757. 8, Willie Randolph, New York, 241,886. 9, Bill Doran, Cincinnati, 186,720. 10, Mickey Morandini, Philadelphia, 156,424. 11. Juan Samuel, Los Angeles, 153,282. 12, Jose Oquendo, St. Louis, 147,886.

Third base | 1. Terry Pendleton, Atlanta, 1,222,688

2. Gary Sheffield, San Diego, 1,155,630. 3. Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 714,603. 4, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 520,565. 5, Steve Buechele, Pittsburgh, 457,242. 6, Bret Barberie, Montreal, 248,028. 7, Todd Zeile, St. Louis, 240,460. 8, Dave Hollins, Philadelphia, 189,190. 9, Ken Caminiti, Houston, 183,189. 10, Gary Scott, Chicago, 152,588. 11. Lenny Harris, Los Angeles, 136,732. 12, Bill Pecota, New York, 88,259.

Shortstop | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,275,282

2. Tony Fernandez, San Diego, 1,140,280. 3. Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 995,475. 4, Jay Bell, Pittsburgh, 437,208. 5, Spike Owen, Montreal, 313,253. 6, Rafael Belliard, Atlanta, 241,928. 7, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 230,888. 8, Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 170,287. 9, Jose Offerman, Los Angeles, 154,728. 10, Andujar Cedeno, Houston, 129,444. 11. Kim Batiste, Philadelphia, 105,017. 12, Kevin Elster, New York, 64,914.

Outfield | 1. Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 1,961,278. 2. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1,475,450. 3. Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 1,009,843.



4. Bobby Bonilla, New York, 935,755. 5. Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles, 886,775. 6, David Justice, Atlanta, 799,989. 7, Ron Gant, Atlanta, 791,977. 8, Andre Dawson, Chicago, 680,343. 9. Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia, 565,500. 10, Felix Jose, St. Louis, 471,295. 11, Brett Butler, Los Angeles, 391,277. 12, Larry Walker, Montreal, 390,911. 13. Marquis Grissom, Montreal, 377,741. 14, Willie McGee, San Francisco, 367,442. 15, Eric Davis, Los Angeles, 293,143. 16, Ivan Calderon, Montreal, 287,222. 17, Paul O'Neill, Cincinnati, 283,249. 18, Darrin Jackson, San Diego, 266,837. 19, Ray Lankford, St. Louis, 260,691. 20, Jerald Clark, San Diego, 258,596. 21, Otis Nixon, Atlanta, 254,516. 22. Howard Johnson, New York, 249,883. 23, Bip Roberts, Cincinnati, 244,259. 24, Steve Finley, Houston, 243,767. 25, Pete Incaviglia, Houston, 214,007. 26, Sammy Sosa, Chicago, 210,389. 27. Dale Murphy, Philadelphia, 198,372. 28, Darren Lewis, San Francisco, 182,825. 29, Kevin Bass, San Francisco, 176,489. 30, Pedro Guerrero, St. Louis, 173,604. 31, Dave Martinez, Cincinnati, 155,978. 32, Vince Coleman, New York, 147,858. 33, Luis Gonzalez, Houston, 137,132. 34, Orlando Merced, Pittsburgh, 135,585. 35, Wes Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 127,309. 36. Jerome Walton, Chicago, 110,252.

Gary Sheffield



Player most similar to | Reggie Jackson
Career statistics | 509 HRs, 1,676 RBIs, .292/.393/.514
Career year (1996) 42 HRs, 120 RBIs, .314/.465/.624, 118 runs, 142 walks

Teams | Brewers (1988-91), Padres (92-93), Marlins (93-98), Dodgers (1998-2001), Atlanta (02-03), Yankees (04-06), Tigers (07-08), Mets (09)

Acquired | Traded by the Brewers with Geoff Kellogg to the Padres for Ricky Bones, Matt Mieske and Jose Valentin on March 27, 1992.

Gone | Traded by the Padres with Rich Rodriguez to the Marlins for Trevor Hoffman, Andres Berumen and Jose Martinez on June 24, 1993.

Resume
• Nine-time All-Star (1992, 93, 96, 1998-2000, 03-05)
• Top 10 in MVP voting (1992, 96, 2000, 03-05)

League leader
• Batting average (1992)
• On-base percentage (1996)

The Gary Sheffield Library
Can’t Take Nothin’ Off Nobody | Ricky Reilly, Sports Illustrated (Sept. 14, 1992)