Last week, in the first update on American League All-Star Game voting, the Yankees had the leaders at six of nine positions, with two Rangers and one Blue Jay. This week? This week, one of those Rangers has fallen off. He hasn't been replaced by a Yankee, but he has been replaced by the next-closest thing.
In the table above, Yankees players are shown in bold, while Red Sox players are shown in italics. And at the DH slot, we see that David Ortiz has surged past Michael Young, after trailing by about 28,000 votes a week ago. As things currently stand, the two beasts of the East are holding on to seven of nine starting spots.
Which isn't to say that this is wrong, and which isn't to say that this is how things will end up. But this is how things are right now. Voting continues through June 30, and winners will be announced on July 3.
The closest gap is the one between Teixeira and Gonzalez. Also, note that if Ichiro falls short, it will be the first time in his career that he doesn't make the team.