The Phillies' Chase Utley and Raul Ibanez continue to lead in the National League All-Star voting at their positions, but Jimmy Rollins has been passed by Florida's Hanley Ramirez for the starting spot at shortstop.

After leading for the last 2 weeks, Rollins now trails Ramirez by a margin of 1,648,482 to 1,494,466.

Utley continues to run away from Dodgers second baseman Orlando Hudson but has fallen behind St. Louis first baseman Albert Pujols as the top overall NL vote-getter.

Utley has 2,922,796 votes, to 2,934,794 for Pujols, who has a comfortable lead on the Phillies' Ryan Howard at first base.

Ibanez, on the disabled list with a groin strain, has 2,465,539 to lead in the outfield. Milwaukee's Ryan Braun is second (2,178,144), followed by the Mets' Carlos Beltran (1,779,344). The Cubs' Alfonso Soriano is fourth (1,639,664) followed by the Phillies' Shane Victorino (1,371,362). Suspended Dodgers slugger Manny Ramirez remains in sixth (1,162,507).

At third base, the Phils' Pedro Feliz is fourth (the Mets' David Wright leads) and at catcher, the Phillies' Carlos Ruiz is fifth (the Cardinals' Yadier Molina has the top spot).

Starters for the July 14 game in St. Louis will be announced July 5. The Phils' Charlie Manuel will manage the NL All-Stars. *