WASHINGTON -- There's still time to vote for the Nationals' best players -- according to the greatest single season -- in the All-Time 9s campaign.
More than 4.1 million votes have been cast since the 9/9/09 debut of the "All-Time 9s," a platform for fans to debate the greatest single-season performances for all 30 Major League franchises. The voting marks the start of MLB.com's Lineup Card campaign, a gathering place for the posting and never-ending discussion of the greatest past and present lineups.
Here's a look at how the Nationals' closest races are shaping up:
Catcher: The race between Brian Schneider and Gary Carter will likely go down to the wire, as Schneider leads by fewer than 200 votes.
Outfield: Vladimir Guerrero, Jose Guillen and Andre Dawson are making a surge for the final spot in the outfield behind Alfonso Soriano and Adam Dunn, with 900 votes separating all five.
Bill Ladson is a reporter for MLB.com.
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