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Eastern League All Star Game Preview

The 2016 Eastern League All-Star game will be played on Wednesday night at Canal Park in Akron, OH between the Eastern and Western Divisions.

The league started in 2004 through 2009, when it was considered the North and South and in the six year time span, the South held a 3-2 advantage with the 2007 Mid-Summer Classic being cancelled due to fog.

In 2010, the league was aligned to East and West Divisions and in six seasons leading up to the 2016 contest, both teams have won three games a piece. The 2015 All Star game finished in a 4-4 tie, but for the first time ever there was a Home Run Derby Shootout to determine who would win the game. The East won on a final Home Run in the 11th round to tie up the series at 3-3.

Below is a list of both rosters for the Eastern League All-Star Game.

Eastern Division

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Rockies David Dahl (Photo by Gabe Rodriguez/LOD)

Pitchers

Matt Carasiti, Rockies – (0-2), 2.34 ERA, 39 K, 34.2 IP
Dietrich Enns, Yankees – (10-3), 1.60 ERA, 94 K, 95.2 IP
Jonathan Holder, Yankees – (3-1), 2.09 ERA, 61 K, 43 IP, 9 SV
Williams Jerez, Red Sox – (1-4), 4.68 ERA, 40 K, 42.1 IP
German Marquez, Rockies – (8-5), 2.63 ERA, 98 K, 106 IP
Hoby Milner, Phillies – (4-2), 1.62 ERA, 50 K, 44.1 IP
Jordan Montgomery, Yankees – (8-3), 2.47 ERA, 77 K, 87.1 IP
Tyler Pill, Mets – (6-8), 4.01 ERA, 88 K, 107.2 IP
Nick Pivetta, Phillies – (8-4), 3.14 ERA, 86 K, 94.2 IP
Murphy Smith, Blue Jays – (3-3), 1.54 ERA, 54 K, 46.2 IP
Logan Taylor, Mets – (3-0), 4.22 ERA, 66 K, 49 IP

Catchers

Jorge Alfaro, Phillies – .295, 14 Doubles, 2 Triples, 11 HR, 46 RBI
Kyle Higashioka, Yankees – .321, 18 Doubles, 14 HR, 59 RBI
Jake Romanski, Red Sox – .312, 13 Doubles, HR, 20 RBI

Infielders

Rhys Hoskins, Phillies – .287, 21 Doubles, 25 HR, 83 RBI
Matt Oberste, Mets – .290, 17, 6 HR, 34 RBI
Rowdy Tellez, Blue Jays – .293, 17 Doubles, 13 HR, 50 RBI
Patrick Valaika, Rockies – .255, 22 Doubles, 3 Triples, 9 HR, 49 RBI
Jesmuel Valentin, Phillies – .290, 15 Doubles, 5 Triples, 5 HR, 37 RBI
Tyler Wade, Yankees – .271, 10 Doubles, 5 Triples, 4 HR, 18 RBI

Outfielders

Dylan Cozens, Phillies – .286, 26 Doubles, 24 HR, 75 RBI
David Dahl, Rockies – .278, 21 Doubles, 2 Triples, 13 HR, 45 RBI
Dustin Fowler, Yankees – .267, 18 Doubles, 7 Triples, 3 HR, 44 RBI
Raimel Tapia, Rockies – .337, 16 Doubles, 4 Triples, 6 HR, 27 RBI
Aneury Tavarez, Red Sox – .303, 13 Doubles, 4 Triples, 3 HR, 28 RBI
Dillon Thomas, Rockies – .302, 26 Doubles, 2 HR, 34 RBI

Western Division

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Indians Nellie Rodriguez (Photo by Gabe Rodriguez/LOD)

 

Pitchers

Jayson Aquino, Orioles – (4-8), 3.48 ERA, 58 K, 85.1 IP
Tyler Beede, Giants – (5-4), 2.57 ERA, 74 K, 91 IP
Thomas Collier, Tigers – (7-6), 3.11 ERA, 59 K, 101.1 IP
Tyler Eppler, Pirates – (6-6), 3.95 ERA, 68 K, 100.1 IP
J.P. Feyereisen, Indians – (4-2), 2.29 ERA, 49 K, 35.1 IP
Perci Garner, Indians – (5-1), 1.94 ERA, 47 K, 51 IP
Donnie Hart, Orioles – (2-0), 2.31 ERA, 43 K, 39 IP
Louis Head, Indians – (2-1), 2.66 ERA, 41 K, 47.1 IP
Jared Lakind, Pirates – (3-0), 1.80 ERA, 45 K, 45 IP
Tyler Mapes, Nationals – (8-6), 3.43 ERA, 55 K, 105 IP
Shawn Morimando, Indians – (10-4), 3.25 ERA, 76 K, 99.2 IP
Andrew Robinson, Nationals – (4-0), 2.30 ERA, 56 K, 47 IP
Grant Sides, Indians – (1-0), 3.00 ERA, 38 K, 42 IP

Catchers

Jeremy Lucas, Indians – .241, 12 Doubles, 8 HR, 28 RBI

Infielders

Christian Arroyo, Giants – .275, 25 Doubles, 2 HR, 26 RBI
Edwin Espinal, Pirates – .315, 13 Doubles, 5 HR, 34 RBI
Corey Jones, Tigers – .287, 18 Doubles, 5 HR, 33 RBI
Ryder Jones, Giants – .233, 18 Doubles, 9 HR, 39 RBI
Nellie Rodriguez, Indians – .261, 21 Doubles, 2 Triples, 17 HR, 55 RBI
Garabez Rosa, Orioles – .307, 13 Doubles, 2 Triples, 7 HR, 45 RBI
Chance Sisco, Orioles – .307, 18 Doubles, HR, 28 RBI
Neftali Soto, Nationals – .272, 14 Doubles, 2 Triples, 10 HR, 49 RBI

Outfielders

Clint Frazier, Indians – .287, 24 Doubles, 11 HR, 43 RBI
Connor Harrell, Tigers – .267, 8 Doubles, 8 HR, 23 RBI
Jason Krizan, Tigers – .279, 19 Doubles, 4 Triples, 8 HR, 41 RBI
Harold Ramirez, Pirates – .304, 15 Doubles, 6 Triples, 2 HR, 41 RBI
Bradley Zimmer, Indians – .244, 19 Doubles, 6 Triples, 14 HR, 50 RBI

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