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Holliday, Molina seeking 7th All-Star Game appearances

ST. LOUIS -- On Wednesday, Major League Baseball released its 2015 All-Star Game ballot, which features the eight Cardinals position players who took the field as part of the team's Opening Day lineup.

Five of the eight have been All-Stars before, including left fielder Matt Holliday and catcher Yadier Molina, who have been voted to an All-Star team six times apiece. Molina has actually been a part of the last six NL All-Star teams. Matt Carpenter (twice), Jhonny Peralta (twice) and Jason Heyward (once) have also been All-Stars.

Peralta and Heyward earned their All-Star nods for different clubs.

Also representing the Cardinals on the ballot are outfielder Jon Jay, first baseman Matt Adams and second baseman Kolten Wong.

Fans can cast their votes for starters at and all 30 club sites -- on their computers, tablets and smartphones -- using the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot until Thursday, July 2, at 10:59 p.m. CT. For the first time, voting is exclusively online, where fans may submit up to 35 ballots.

Fans may also receive the ballot by texting VOTE to 89269 (USA) or 101010 (Canada). Or text VOTA for a ballot in Spanish. Message and data rates may apply. Up to five messages. No purchase required. Reply STOP to cancel. Reply HELP for info.

Following the announcement of the 2015 All-Stars, be sure to return to and cast your 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote for the final player for each league's All-Star roster. On Tuesday, July 14, watch the 2015 All-Star Game live on FOX, and during the game visit to submit your choice for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet via the 2015 MLB All-Star Game MVP Vote. will provide extensive online coverage of All-Star Week festivities.

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