MLB cancels 65 million votes for the All-Star Game
The league is canceling between 60 and 65 million votes for the All-Star Game, fearing fraud. This is a practice that happens annually, as the league tries to cancel out votes that go over the limit. These votes do not count to the main total.
The concerns about fraud are especially high this year because Kansas City fans have voted nearly the entire Royals starting lineup in the All-Star Game. Royals fans say they just organized and mobilized well, and there is no chicanery involved.
Apparently some leagues don't think it's cool when one team wins every fan vote.