Front-line starting pitcher Roy Halladay and second baseman Aaron Hill have both been named to the American League's all-star team.

Both Blue Jays were voted onto the team by their baseball peers.

Prior to Sunday's ballgame, Hill had slugged 19 home runs and driven home 56 runs over the first half of the season. He has also sported a .297 batting average and scored 48 runs.

This is the first time Hill has been named to the all-star team.

Halladay has started off his season with a 10-2 record, striking out 98 batters over his 16 starts. This year will mark the pitcher's sixth all-star nod.

The former Cy Young winner was previously named as an all-star in the 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008 seasons.

Major League Baseball announced the all-star rosters for both the American and National Leagues on Sunday.

Fans can vote online to name one more player to both the AL and NL squads.

Blue Jay outfielder Adam Lind is in the running for the final AL spot.

Lind has the second-most home runs on the Blue Jays team, with 17 in his first 80 games.

Prior to Sunday's game, Lind was batting .309, had scored 48 runs and batted in 55 runs.