Toronto Blue Jays will have at least two All-Stars in Los Angeles this year. Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
have won their respective votes from fans at their positions as well. They will be representing Toronto in the 2022
MLB All-Star Game later this month. In addition to being named American League starters, Kirk defeated Yankees
backup catcher Jose Trevino while Guerrero beat Ty France of Seattle for the position of first baseman. Guerrero
Jr. will make his second consecutive All-Star appearance, while Kirk will be in the mid-summer classic for first time.
They've had a record of being one of the Blue Jays' best hitters in 2022 With Kirk dominating the lineup with an .312
batsman's rate and .890 OPS. Guerrero Jr. leads in homers and RBI. George Springer, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Bo Bichette
and Santiago Espinal were all finalists for their respective spots in the poll of fans but were not able to get
the starting positions for Los Angeles. Springer placed just ahead of Giancarlo Stanton from New York for the final outfield
position, while Bichette was a couple of percentage points ahead of White Sox SS Tim Anderson. There are more Blue Jays