(WXIA) -- Voting is underway for the final two remaining roster spots in Major League Baseball's All-Star game.
The final slots on each team -- the American League and National League -- will be determined by an online fan vote.
Teams were announced on Sunday for the game, which will played July 15 at Target Field in Minneapolis.
The Braves' Justin Upton is among 10 players in the running for the final two spots, which will be decided by four days of fan voting. Last year, Freddie Freeman was one of the two winners.
The players were nominated by the 2014 All-Star managers in conjunction with Major League Baseball. In the American League, you can vote for Dallas Keuchel from the Houston Astros, Corey Kluber from the Cleveland Indians, Rick Porcello from the Detroit Tigers, Garrett Richards from the Los Angeles Angels and Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox.
In the National League, you can choose from Casey McGehee of the Miami Marlins, Justin Morneau from the Colorado Rockies, Anthony Rendon from the Washington Nationals, Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs and Justin Upton from the Atlanta Braves.
You can vote on Twitter for Upton using #VoteJUp. To vote for Upton using your mobile device, text N5 to 89269.
Voting closes Thursday at 4 p.m.