This week in the All-Star voting, there is not much change, in fact none in the vote getters. I'm gonna leave this one strictly for discussion because unless Rollins makes up over 200k votes there will not be any major upsets.   One note though is that Soriano is only a bit over 150,000 votes behind Beltran, so even though Carlos wouldn't start at this point, lets hope he gets the honor.2009 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League1st Base2nd Base3rd BaseShortstopCatcherOutfield
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Albert PujolsCardinals3,602,765
2.Ryan HowardPhillies1,644,971
3.Prince FielderBrewers1,383,563
4.Adrian GonzalezPadres1,105,396
5.Lance BerkmanAstros623,783
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Chase UtleyPhillies3,510,082
2.Orlando HudsonDodgers1,277,348
3.Rickie WeeksBrewers970,229
4.Skip SchumakerCardinals898,929
5.Dan UgglaMarlins604,661
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.David WrightMets2,049,487
2.Chipper JonesBraves1,351,455
3.Ryan ZimmermanNationals1,301,577
4.Pedro FelizPhillies1,132,441
5.Bill HallBrewers991,583
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Hanley RamirezMarlins2,026,174
2.Jimmy RollinsPhillies1,771,917
3.J.J. HardyBrewers1,239,195
4.Miguel TejadaAstros1,020,895
5.Jose ReyesMets851,001
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Yadier MolinaCardinals1,846,629
2.Brian McCannBraves1,458,909
3.Ivan RodriguezAstros1,236,476
4.Jason KendallBrewers1,175,566
5.Bengie MolinaGiants1,167,336
RANKPLAYER NAMENL TEAMTOTAL VOTES
1.Raul IbanezPhillies2,970,139
2.Ryan BraunBrewers2,654,061
3.Carlos BeltranMets2,085,028
4.Alfonso SorianoCubs1,916,598
5.Shane VictorinoPhillies1,642,248
6.Mike CameronBrewers1,345,763
7.Manny RamirezDodgers1,343,011
8.Rick AnkielCardinals1,216,858
9.Jayson WerthPhillies1,201,864
10.Corey HartBrewers1,135,038
11.Ryan LudwickCardinals1,128,447
12.Adam DunnNationals866,296
13.Matt KempDodgers817,970
14.Andre EthierDodgers768,457
15.Justin UptonD-backs742,585
Results updated: Monday, June 29, 2009