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Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto earned the final spot on the National League roster by beating out Washington's Ryan Zimmerman, Colorado's Carlos Gonzalez and Atlanta's Billy Wagner in a four-day Internet vote. ((Elaine Thompson/Associated Press))

Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto and New York Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher have been chosen by fans for the final roster spots for Tuesday's All-Star game in Anaheim.

Votto, who is from Toronto, earned the 34th and final spot on the National League roster by beating out Washington third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, Colorado outfielder Carlos Gonzalez and Atlanta closer Billy Wagner in a four-day Internet vote. Padres reliever Heath Bell was a candidate before being named as an injury replacement on the NL squad.

Swisher edged out Boston first baseman Kevin Youkilis for the final AL spot. He was also competing against Chicago White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko, Texas third baseman Michael Young and Minnesota outfielder Delmon Young.