I touched this topic a little bit in more depth at lodomagic, however, the readership is much greater over here and I think this would be a great topic of discussion.
What does Matt Holliday and other Rockies players have to do to get top 15 consideration in the NL Allstar vote? He's having a great season and leads all left fielders in the NL in Batting Average, he's 4th in OBP, and seconed in SLG and OPS, yet he's not even in the Top 5 vote getters, the likes of So Taguchi, and Xavier Nady have more votes then him.
This is a prime example of why the Allstar voting system needs to be overhauled. Thoughts?