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ST. LOUIS • The first wave of voting totals for the National League All-Star balloting was released by Major League Baseball this afternoon and besides showing how good San Francisco is at logging-in and clicking-out, it also hints at the name recognition the Cardinals middle infield has developed since last October.
Shortstop Pete Kozma and second baseman Matt Carpenter both crack the top fives at their position.
Allen Craig, he of the sixth-most RBIs in the NL, did not rate in the top five at first base.
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