All-Star voting is currently taking place right now.
Fans of each team are voting like crazy to try and send their favorite players to the 2022 MLB All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
This is the best chance for the fans of baseball to make their voices heard and make sure they get to send their stars out to Hollywood for the mid-summer classic.
One team in particular that is trending well in All-Star voting is the Toronto Blue Jays.
USA Today’s Bob Nightengale tweeted that they would have four players starting in the All-Star Game for the American League if voting ended today.
The Toronto #BlueJays have four different players who currently would start in the All-Star Game: 1B Vlad Guerrero Jr., SS Bo Bichette, OF George Springer, catcher Alejando Kirk.
— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) June 21, 2022
Jays Fans Showing Support
Blue Jays fans are certainly being vocal about who they want to see in the All-Star Game.
These are all four fantastic players, and it would be a treat to see them in the game on July 19.
But it’s nice to see a fanbase come out in full force and make their voices heard in All-Star voting.
That shows that they not only love their team, but love their players and support them.
As a team, that’s about all you can ask for from your fans.
The fans of the Blue Jays have come out in full force to support their team and make sure that their stars are recognized by the time voting ends and the rosters are set.
Each team has to have at least one player representing them in the All-Star Game, but the fans of the Blue Jays want to make sure that they get a little more than that.