Among first basemen, Pujols leads the Reds' Joey Votto, 988,784 votes to 806,346. Tulowitzki is the second overall vote-getter, with 975,777, far ahead of the second-place shortstop, Jimmy Rollins of the Phillies, who has 454,782.
Other leaders at their positions are Brandon Phillips of the Reds with 837,778 votes at second base; third baseman Placido Polanco of the Philadelphia Phillies with 724,724 and San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey with 785,314, leading Braves catcher Brian McCann, who has 633,987. Obviously, Posey can't play, but he could still be elected.
Voting continues at major league ballparks online at MLB.com and the 30 team websites through June 24. After June 24 and through June 30, voting will be exclusively online.