On Sunday night, MLB released the complete rosters for this season's All-Star Game. Fans aren't happy with a notable snub, as is the case every year.

Although there were many deserving candidates, Ty France was a notable exclusion. Despite having lower 2022 numbers,

the Seattle Mariners' breakout star was a finalist for American League first base. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. won the fan vote.


France was a likely reserve. He was batting.310/.384/.467 on Sunday. Luis Arraez is another worthy candidate with a.420 OBP and he has played all over the infield this season.

MLB observers were shocked to see France leave the All-Star team. Mariners fans are not happy that France won't join star rookie Julio Rodriguez in Los Angeles on July 19.

France still has time to participate in the festivities. Yordan Alvarez, All-Star selection, was placed on the injured list Sunday.

The AL now needs at least one replacement. France still has time to be recognized for its breakthrough first half.

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