Blue Jays have seven players among nominees for 2021 All-MLB teams

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The Toronto Blue Jays' 91-win season is being recognized as seven players from the team are among the nominees for the 2021 All-MLB rosters.

MLB announced the nominees Wednesday night. A fan vote running until Nov. 19 will help determine the final rosters.

The Blue Jays' nominees include first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr., second baseman Marcus Semien, shortstop Bo Bichette, outfielder Teoscar Hernandez, relief pitcher Jordan Romano and starting pitchers Robbie Ray and Jose Berrios.

MLB introduced the All-MLB first and second teams in 2019. The fan vote accounts for 50 per cent of the vote while a panel of experts will vote and count for the other 50 per cent.

Hyun-Jin Ryu is the only Blue Jays player to be named to a team when he was voted to the All-MLB second team last season.

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