NEW YORK -- Joey Votto is the reigning MVP.
Albert Pujols is the best player in the game. Ryan Howard leads the league in RBI.
And Logan Morrison is trying to get Gaby Sanchez elected as the National League's All-Star first baseman.
I guess you can't blame a guy for trying. But you realize, Logan, this isn't going to be easy.
"I'm trying to get the awareness out there," the Marlins left fielder said Monday.
Morrison began his campaign over the weekend on Twitter, at @LoMoMarlins. He plans to continue it daily there, and vowed to take the campaign to the MLB network, and wherever else he can.
"I've got 25,000 [Twitter] followers, and if they all vote 25 times . . . " Morrison said.
If they all vote 25 times, it's still not going to be enough.
"It can't hurt, right?" Morrison said.
And what does Sanchez think of all this?
"He's politically correct," Morrison said. "He says he doesn't care, and just wants the team to win."
For the record, Sanchez is off to a fine start. He's a fine player, and if you didn't read colleague Scott Miller's column about him in spring training, it's still worth reading now.
And, as Morrison helpfully pointed out, Pujols is off to an uncharacteristic slow start. Votto and Howard aren't, but Pujols is.
Anyway, if you want to vote for Sanchez, go right ahead. It would certainly please Logan Morrison.
Just don't expect him to win.
Not at first base. Not in the National League.