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NEW YORK (AP) _ Barry Bonds, whose 19 home runs was tied for the most in the major leagues, was the leader in balloting for the National League All-Star team.

Bonds, who hit a record-73 home runs last season and was second in the NL with a .340 batting average going into San Francisco's game at San Diego on Monday night, had 315,557 votes.

New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza was second with 277,041 votes, followed by Chicago outfielder Sammy Sosa (273,421).

Other leaders included Houston first baseman Jeff Bagwell, New York second baseman Roberto Alomar, third baseman Scott Rolen and shortstop Jimmy Rollins of Philadelphia, and Montreal outfielder Vladimir Guerrero.

The All-Star game will be played in Milwaukee on July 9 and the NL team will be managed by Arizona's Bob Brenly.