|1st||Steve Rogers||Gary Carter||Nick Johnson||Jose Vidro||Ryan Zimmerman||Ian Desmond||Tim Raines||Andre Dawson||Vladimir Guerrero|
|2nd||Dennis Martinez||Brian Schneider||Ron Fairly||Ron Hunt||Tim Wallach||Orlando Cabrera||Moises Alou||Marquis Grissom||Rusty Staub|
|3rd||Pedro Martinez||Wilson Ramos||Andres Galarraga||Delino DeShields||Bob Bailey||Chris Speier||Warren Cromartie||Rondell White||Larry Walker|
|4th||Javier Vazquez||Darrin Fletcher||Mike Jorgensen||Mike Lansing||Larry Parrish||Hubie Brooks||Mack Jones||Denard Span||Ellis Valentine|
Not a bad group at some of these positions. Center and right fields were both quite good, as was pitcher. It's a shame the Expos couldn't hold on to Pedro Martinez, or he'd probably get a spot on the 1st team easily.
First base was a bit disappointing, as Andres Galarraga had the longevity, but not the consistent star-level play that he would later be known for in Colorado. It seems a shame to give the top spot to the oft-injured Nick Johnson, though he had some darn good numbers when he actually made it onto the field.
Catcher was pretty weak after Gary Carter. We'll see if Wilson Ramos can ever up his production enough to make it to the 2nd Team, though he's highly unlikely to catch Carter at this point.
Of course, the real shame is that Bryce Harper isn't here anywhere, due to his being flipped around the outfield so far in his young career. Once he settles in to a regular position and plays it for several seasons, he'll probably end up on the 1st Team somewhere. Could it be right field, which is already probably the franchise's strongest spot?