What I didn't like was the repeated references by the sportscasters covering the game. Numerous times, the talking heads complained that the SF Giants fans had "stuffed the ballot box" to get extra Giant players on the team. Their implied suggestion was that there was something illegal done by fervent Giants fans to influence the voting. What a load of rubbish.
First off, every team's fans have the same rules for voting. While there are paper ballots still used, a majority of votes are cast on-line (this is the 21st Century, duh.). Yes, the Giants are from the tech-savvy Bay Area, so are the Oakland A's. And The Seattle Mariner's live right next door to Bill Gates. Anyone, anywhere could tamper with their teams results to affect the outcome. Unless you have some proof, shut yer pie hole and take it like a man. You got out voted.
For that matter, San Francisco is one of the smaller metro markets in Baseball. And we share that market with Oakland. If mega teams like the Yankees or Red Sox, in large cities, can't vote in as many players, whose fault is that? You want to cover your lousy fans by implying that Giant fans are dishonest? That is beyond pathetic. Next time, don't be so damn lazy, and take the time to vote.
It's amazing what a little hard work can result it. Or, you can sit on your butts, point fingers and complain. Hope that works for all you haters. See you in October.
Afterthought: I see a vison, hazy, about different voting in November. Same issue. I'll pre-emptively tell you ahead of time to quit yer beeatchin.