MLB All-Star voting is officially live, go vote for your Blue Jays!

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One of the most exciting times of the year is finally upon us, MLB All-Star Game voting. Here is the link to cast your ballot for your team's favorite players.

As always, you have the capability to vote five times a day every 24 hours. The voting is slated to end on June 22, 2023 at 12:00pm ET.

So, which Blue Jays made their way onto the ballot? As always, you can write players in, but typically the ones who made the physical ballot are the only ones with a real shot at making the event. Let's dive in.

2023 MLB All-Star Game: Which Blue Jays are on the ballot?

Catcher: Alejandro Kirk

Kirk, 24, has been off to a slow start this year both at the plate and behind it. With the bat, he has drawn more walks (19) than strikeouts (18) but his OPS has dipped down to .700 with an OPS+ of 99, which is just a hair below league-average. For what it's worth, he's been on fire over the past week or so, going 8-for-17 in the past five days.

First base: Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Guerrero, 24, has been off to an incredible start but somehow still feels like he's underperforming. He has eight home runs, 35 RBI and a 129 OPS+ so far, which are still all well above-average marks. Perhaps fans have gotten use to his 2021 showing? There's still plenty to suggest he will return to that level of play, though, and he has a real shot at making his third All-Star Game appearance.

Second base: Whit Merrifield

Merrifield, 34, has ran away with the starting second base gig and has shown the Blue Jays that that was the best choice so far. In 48 games, he has a pair of home runs, 21 driven in, 14 stolen bases and an OPS+ of 104. He remains a consistent threat at the plate, on the bases and in the field and while he may not be a legitimate contender for an ASG selection, he's been exactly what the Jays needed him to be so far.

Third base: Matt Chapman

Chapman, 30, has been off to a red-hot start this year, but the numbers have never been sustainable. The defensive wizard has been swinging an excellent bat all-around, posting a league-leading 19 doubles through 54 games alongside seven home runs, 28 RBI and an OPS+ of 135. He is one of the likelier candidates to make the team.

Shortstop: Bo Bichette

There is perhaps no easier choice on the Blue Jays to make this year's ASG than Bichette. The 25-year-old leads the majors in hits (78) through 55 games, hitting 11 home runs with 38 RBI, a .331 average and a 148 OPS+. His defense is beginning to come around, too, and he is slowly becoming a top-five player in all of the American League.

Outfield: Kevin Kiermaier, George Springer, Daulton Varsho

Kiermaier, 33, has been a pleasant surprise for the Blue Jays this year. He continues to be easily the best defensive center fielder in the game but is also swinging a hot bat. He currently has four home runs, 15 runs batted in, a .319 average and a 144 OPS+.

Springer, 33, started off slow but has gradually been turning it around at the dish. Splitting his time between right field and designated hitter, he has seven home runs with 22 RBI and a 103 OPS+ through 53 games.

Varsho, 26, was the biggest offseason acquisition for the Jays and, like Springer, has started the year on a cold streak. However, he has still been valuable to this team with excellent defense and baserunning. Through 54 contests, he has eight home runs and a .212 average.

Designated hitter: Brandon Belt

At 35-years-old and coming off of a down year last year, nobody thought Belt would amount to much for the Blue Jays. After a dreadful first month or so, he has begun to heat up and is now one of the more underrated players in this team's lineup. In 40 games, he has 10 doubles, a pair of home runs, 12 RBI and a 114 OPS+.