Transcript for MLB Throwing Out 65 Million All-Star Votes
Paula is over there in the social square with "The speed feed." I'm over here somewhere. Good morning, robin. And running away with your feed, the news overnight major league baseball tossing out an amazing 65 million votes from its all-star ballot. Fans did the voting. First time it's been solely online and that may be why a staggering eight players from the Kansas City Royals are now at the top of the pack to make that team but that may change now that baseball is scrubbing all those votes. One fan is boasting he cracked the voting code figuring out how to stuff the virtual ballot box using other people's e-mail addresses without their knowing. So now the Royals have eight spots on the current lineup including omar infante, one of the league's worst hitters. No apologies from the team. They love it. The manager is imploring fans to keep voting and, remember, there are two qualifications, not just a popularity contest because it determines home field advantage for the world series so this is actually a pretty serious story. It does have some long-term ramifications, robin. Not just fun and games but omar is like, hey, yeah. That wasn't nice to point out worst hitter in the league. We got the fountain of youth
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