|1st||Roy Halladay||Ernie Whitt||Carlos Delgado||Roberto Alomar||Kelly Gruber||Tony Fernandez||George Bell||Devon White||Jose Bautista|
|2nd||Dave Stieb||Gregg Zaun||Fred McGriff||Aaron Hill||Rance Mulliniks||Alex Gonzalez||Shannon Stewart||Vernon Wells||Jesse Barfield|
|3rd||Pat Hentgen||Darrin Fletcher||John Olerud||Orlando Hudson||Brett Lawrie||Jose Reyes||Reed Johnson||Lloyd Moseby||Alex Rios|
|4th||Jimmy Key||Pat Borders||Willie Upshaw||Damaso Garcia||Roy Howell||Alfredo Griffin||Al Woods||Jose Cruz||Shawn Green|
It was surprising to me how deep some of these positions turned out to be for only forty years of history. Right field was so strong that franchise legend Joe Carter just missed the cut. First base, center field, and pitcher were darn good too.
Josh Donaldson has an MVP under his belt and is having another monster year, but without the requisite three seasons in Toronto, he doesn't yet qualify for the list. I have a feeling he'll be somewhere in the next edition.
The guys on the 4th Team at left field and shortstop were selected more on longevity than anything else. Those positions don't have a ton of depth. No harm in giving some love to the guys who spent a lot of time there, even if they weren't that good.