SAN FRANCISCO -- In-stadium fan balloting at AT&T Park for the July 13 All-Star Game at Anaheim was scheduled to end after Tuesday's game vs. the Orioles. But baseball enthusiasts still have plenty of chances to vote.

Fans still cast votes for starters up to 25 times at MLB.com and on all 30 club sites using the 2010 All-Star Game MLB.com Ballot Sponsored by Sprint until July 1 at 8:59 p.m. PT. Sprint subscribers can now vote on the go with select Sprint devices. They can learn more about how to vote on their smart phones at MLB.com/Sprint.

Starting rosters will be announced during the 2010 All-Star Game Selection Show on TBS on July 4. Baseball fans around the world will then be able to select the final player on each team via the 2010 All-Star Game Final Vote Sponsored by Sprint.

Renteria wraps up Triple-A rehab stint

SAN FRANCISCO -- As planned, Edgar Renteria's Minor League injury rehabilitation assignment will indeed be a short stop.

Renteria is expected to return to the Giants after Triple-A Fresno's game Tuesday night against Portland -- only his second rehab outing. On Monday, the 15-year veteran shortstop went 1-for-2 with an RBI and a walk in a 6-3 triumph over Portland.

Assuming that Renteria will immediately leave the 15-day disabled list, where he was sent with a strained right hamstring, might be risky.

"He'll join us tonight but it's not certain whether he'll be activated," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Tuesday. Though Renteria is batting .326 in 23 games, the Giants have been happy with the performance of their existing infield and have no desire to disrupt that combination.

Bochy reiterated that the status of infielder-outfielder Mark DeRosa (left wrist), who's considering surgery that might end his season, could be announced Wednesday.

Hopeful Wellemeyer resumes throwing

SAN FRANCISCO -- Right-hander Todd Wellemeyer threw for the first time since straining his right quadriceps last Thursday at Cincinnati and expressed optimism about leaving the 15-day disabled list on June 26, the first day he's eligible for activation.

"As long as my arm's in tune," Wellemeyer said Tuesday. "I'm trying to make sure everything stays where it needs to be -- not overwork something, then underwork something."

Wellemeyer, who hurt himself while sprinting to first base in an unsuccessful attempt to beat a double-play relay, played catch on flat ground. The Giants' No. 5 starter said that though his leg has improved each day, he strives not to overdo his activity lest he aggravate his injury.

"The key is to know when to be able to get after it," Wellemeyer said. "If you try to jump it, try to get a little too quick, you're going to end up doing the same thing."