2011 MLB All-Star Game: The 10 Most Egregious Snubs in NL Voting

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2011 MLB All-Star Game: The 10 Most Egregious Snubs in NL Voting
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"Democracy is the worst form of Government," Winston Churchill wrote in 1947, "except for all those other forms that have been tried."

There is perhaps no greater proof of this than the annual MLB All-Star fan vote, and the time-honored tradition has continued in 2011.

Yesterday, I took a look at the worst snubs in the American League voting so far. Today, we turn to the most egregious omissions from the latest NL leaderboards.

In this slideshow are 10 players who deserve at least strong consideration for the NL All-Star team but either are far too low on the voting leaderboards or missed the lists completely.

At this rate, a whole lot of deserving players are going to be sitting home during the Midsummer Classic.

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