Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Season 29 All-Star Recap

Season 29's All-Star festivities are in the books, so let's take a look at who made this year's squads.

In the American League, Albert Cruz of Milwaukee made his 7th All-Star appearance, the most of any player in either league.  11 different teams were represented, led by the #1 team in Cobbfather, Atlanta with an impressive 8 All-Stars!  7 players on the AL squad made their first All-Star appearance.   

In the National League, James Dillard of Las Vegas made his 5th All-Star appearance, the most of any NL All-Star this season.  13 different teams were represented on the NL squad, with Philadelphia leading the way with 6 All-Stars.  14 NL All-Stars were making their first ever All-Star Appearance.

Here are the complete rosters!

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Starters
Player Franchise Appearance
C Sean Dahl Atlanta 3rd
1B Vic Park Atlanta 5th
2B Joshua Hendrick Texas 6th
3B Alving Palmeiro Colorado Springs 3rd
SS Rymer Mota Salem 2nd
LF Damaso Rojas Chicago 1st
CF P.J. Roberts Pawtucket 2nd
RF Ryan Martin Pawtucket 1st
DH Albert Cruz Milwaukee 7th

Pitchers
Player Franchise Appearance
P Troy Hudek Atlanta 3rd
P Tony Mota St. Louis 3rd
P Yeico Oliva Atlanta 4th
P Randall Washington Texas 3rd
P Jiggs Cuddyer Boston 3rd
P Francisco Aramboles Atlanta 6th
P Jhoulys Olmedo Salem 2nd
P Chick Munson Texas 2nd
P Felipe Sosa Salem 1st
P Jonny Bonds Pawtucket 1st
P Juan Saenz Cheyenne 5th
P Ned Morris New York 2nd
P Yeico Miranda Pawtucket 1st

Reserves
Player Franchise Appearance
C Daisuke Masato Chicago 2nd
1B Kendry Lunar Boston 2nd
2B Dizzy Hawkins Atlanta 1st
3B Tony Cassevah Salem 3rd
SS Jaret Miller Atlanta 2nd
LF Vinny Dickinson Atlanta 4th
CF Gary Harvey Colorado Springs 4th
RF Francis King Salem 1st

AL All-Stars by Team
Atlanta 8
Salem 5
Pawtucket 4
Texas 3
Boston 2
Chicago 2
Colorado Springs 2
Cheyenne 1
Milwaukee 1
New York 1
St. Louis 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Starters
Player Franchise Appearance
C Julio Contreras Santa Fe 1st
1B Brett Yarbrough Philadelphia 1st
2B Edinson Hernandez Santa Fe 2nd
3B Joe Foster Las Vegas 4th
SS Juan Benitez Columbus 1st
LF Alex Mercedes Salt Lake City 3rd
CF James Dillard Las Vegas 5th
RF Wiki Unamuno Santa Fe 2nd

Pitchers
Player Franchise Appearance
P Will Morris Monterrey 1st
P Edward Presley Philadelphia 2nd
P Lefty Leverton Los Angeles 4th
P Oswaldo Gil Dover 1st
P Artie Stone Vancouver 4th
P Rajai Rossy Seattle 2nd
P Bo Nelson Florida 1st
P Felix Tanaka Philadelphia 2nd
P Josh Stark Las Vegas 1st
P Albert Tapies Seattle 1st
P Alexi Garces Philadelphia 2nd
P Tony Yang Philadelphia 2nd
P Benny Arias Los Angeles 1st
P Kevin Thurman Buffalo 1st

Reserves
Player Franchise Appearance
C Lyle Bradford Seattle 1st
1B Adalberto Cerveza Dover 1st
2B Ernie McEnerney Philadelphia 1st
3B Vic Castro Vancouver 3rd
SS Wilfredo Javier Las Vegas 1st
LF Tony Hujimoto Vancouver 2nd
CF Jared Gonzales Louisville 2nd
RF Albert Pineda Florida 3rd

NL All-Stars by Team
Philadelphia 6
Las Vegas 4
Santa Fe 3
Seattle 3
Vancouver 3
Dover 2
Florida 2
Los Angeles 2
Buffalo 1
Columbus 1
Louisville 1
Monterrey 1
Salt Lake City 1

RESULTS
American League 4
National League   1
W - Armaboles L - Tanaka S - Miranda
HR - Hendrick (1)

All-Star Game MVP: Joshua Hendrick, Texas
Home Run Derby Champ: Francis King, Salem
Futures Game MVP: Willie Tejeda, Columbus

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