Four honored Jays players

Three Toronto Blue Jays players were named to the major league all-star first-team lineup on Tuesday night.

Robbie Ray (starting pitcher), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (first baseman) and Marcus Semien (second baseman) have been named to represent the only Canadian formation in major league baseball, while the name of Teoscar Hernandez (outfielder) appears in the second team.

The offspring of former Montreal Expos Vladimir Guerrero finished tied for first in major league in home runs with Salvador Perez. They kicked the ball home 48 times each. The representative of the “Jays” has also trampled the plate 123 times, a peak in the circuit.

On Semien’s side, he hit 45 balls under other skies, setting an all-time mark for athletes moving in his position. He made the second all-star team in 2019 as a shortstop.

Ray got his hands on a first Cy-Young Trophy with an earned-run average of 2.84 and a 13-7 record. Ultimately, Hernandez claimed an excellent batting average of .296 which earned him a Silver Stick.

Other names on the first team all-star roster are pitchers Max Scherzer (Los Angeles Dodgers), Walker Buehler (Dodgers), Corbin Burnes (Milwaukee Brewers) and Gerrit Cole (New York Yankees), as well as those of Austin Riley (third baseman, Atlanta Braves), Fernando Tatis Jr. (shortstop, San Diego Padres), Shohei Ohtani (designated hitter, Los Angeles Angels) and Perez ( wide receiver, Kansas City Royals), as well as outfielders Juan Soto (Washington Nationals), Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies) and Aaron Judge (Yankees).

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