Well it is time and back by popular demand…. the Second Annual Tuna’s 3L All-Stars (I was thinking this might be my last 3L All-Stars but the way the season is going, looks like we will have a third).
The rules for the All-Star game are the same as last year, each batting position will have a starter and a backup, and there are five starting pitchers and five relief pitchers. Each team needs to have at least one player in the All-Star game (looking at you Thunder Bay).
It’s not a shock that the All-Star game is mirroring the standings with Toledo having a record setting eight players making the trip (three of them who are starting in the game). Toledo also holds the all-time record for selections now with 12. Panama City and Las Vegas are both sending three players each. With this being the second year, we have four players making their second trip: Dirk Horwedel (LV), Danny Trautmann (MON), Craig Fitzgerald (TOL), and Bungay Osiman (EP). Danny’s first trip was with Pittsburgh but he loved the All-Star game so much he asked to be traded to Montana so he could stay and make his second.
Nova Scotia, Thunder Bay, Oakland, Echo Park, and Vancouver all only have one player going, with Nova Scotia and Oakland both having their players in the starting lineup. Hope you enjoy, and this list is perfect so please don’t discuss anything in chat.
|C||Alexis Hines||Nova Scotia||Dusty Crum||Thunder Bay|
|1B||Baldomero Avino||Toledo||Dejmi Dumervil||Detroit|
|2B||Grover Barbaran||Toledo||Duff Eckstein||Nashville|
|3B||Mike Rios||ACKC||David Alcabu||Toledo|
|SS||Jorge Peniche||Oakland||Karel Van Capelle||ACKC|
|LF||Juan Santangel||Nashville||Oasiz Wiesblatt||Panama City|
|CF||Dirk Horwedel*||Las Vegas||Brook Linen||Toledo|
|RF||Lester Threlfall||Toledo||Gene Ricks||Montana|
|DH||Braxton Cottongame||Las Vegas||Danny Trautmann*||Montana|
|SP||Will Hunting||Panama City|
|SP||Alan Halsall||Las Vegas|
|SP||An Jang- Yop||Toledo|
|SP||Dylan Grandjean||Panama City|
|BP||Bungay Osiman*||Echo Park|
|BP||Jonathan Lentz||Panama City|