MIAMI - Florida manager Fredi Gonzalez says his club has plenty of players worthy of All-Star consideration.

So the Marlins are asking fans for help.

If a fan fills out 200 All-Star ballots, available at any of 30 locations around Sun Life Stadium, the Marlins will reward him or her with two tickets to an upcoming home game.

There's two caveats: All eight Marlins on the ballot must be voted for every time, and the ballots need to be turned in by the conclusion of the sixth inning.

The Marlins are offering smaller prizes for 50 or 100 completed ballots, such as a Hanley Ramirez figurine. Ramirez was the only Florida player to be listed among the top-five leaders at any position when the first numbers were released this week. - AP

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