So, Royals fans have been busy at their computers, it seems. Seven of nine lineup positions up for the fan vote are led by Royals.
LOL so hard https://t.co/FBcy8W1YeH— Bless You Boys (@blessyouboys) June 8, 2015
That ... well, that's just not right. But you don't have to take *our* word for it.
I reiterate what I said before. Even if the ASG is silly, voting for Omar Infante should get you sent straight to jail. No trial.— Dan Szymborski (@DSzymborski) June 8, 2015
MLB should write a "monstrously stupid" exception right into the ASG voting rules.— Dan Szymborski (@DSzymborski) June 8, 2015
"Major League Baseball expressly reserves all rights to choose All-Star Game© representatives in the event of stupid as @#%# results."— Dan Szymborski (@DSzymborski) June 8, 2015
Eric Hosmer passes Miguel Cabrera in All-Star voting. KC fans' next goal: Getting Royals player to start at QB in 2016 NFL Pro Bowl.— Chris Iott (@Chris_Iott) June 8, 2015
Royals fans, who would vote Omar Infante out of the Royals' starting lineup if they could, nearly have him in the All-Star Game lineup.— Sam Mellinger (@mellinger) June 8, 2015
If Royals fans were really stuffing the ballot box, then John Giavotella would be starting at second base. https://t.co/cm6TIm44oC— Andy McCullough (@McCulloughStar) June 8, 2015
It's bad for baseball if Miggy isn't starting the all-star game. And everyone knows that.— M. Ross Kivett (@RossKSU7) June 8, 2015
So when we get 9 Royals starting the #ASG will Manfred understand what a joke it is for an exhibition game to determine WS Home Field?— OBP Apparel (@OBPApparel) June 8, 2015
If Miggy doesn't start the All-Star game there is a problem with the system. #TheBest Don't take him for granted— Ben Verlander (@Verly32) June 8, 2015