It's coming down to the wire for Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips and first baseman Joey Votto to be voted in as National League starters in the All-Star Game July 12 in Arizona.

With only four days left to vote, both players are in tight races.

Monday, Phillips fell behind Milwaukee's Rickie Weeks, who had trailed the Red by almost 300,000 votes two weeks ago. But Weeks is now up by nearly 100,00 in the last update of the voting.

At first base, St. Louis' Albert Pujols is the leader but is injured and will not be able to play. Milwaukee's Prince Fielder leads Votto by nearly 100,000 votes.

Ballpark balloting is over but fans can still vote online at MLB.com until 11:59 p.m. Thursday.

In the case at first base, Votto could get the nod at first even if he finishes behind Fielder. When a leading vote-getter is injured, his replacement is determined by the Players Ballot.