International, Pacific Coast League All-Star Roster Breakdowns

The International League on June 27 unveiled its roster for the 25th annual Triple-A all-star game to be held Wednesday, July 11, the day after the major league All-Star Game. The Pacific Coast League followed suit the next day. The IL serves as the home team with the game being played in Buffalo.

Let's take a closer look at this year's participants, noting age, acquisition history and performance through the end of June. We'll keep you updated with changes to rosters brought about by injuries or by players being called to the big leagues.

Key to notations: *bats/throws lefthanded. #switch-hitter. @reliever. Starters and league leaders in bold. 

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STARS • STATS THROUGH JUNE 27
PITCHER (13) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED IP ERA WHIP SO9
Jason Berken Norfolk BAL 28 2006 (6) 74 2.32 1.24 6.5
Chris Bootcheck@ Toledo DET 33 MiLB FA 32 3.62 1.36 9.7
Fernando Cabrera@ Buffalo NYM 30 MiLB FA 36 4.04 1.49 7.8
*Juan Cedeno@ Scranton/WB NYY 28 MiLB FA 36 2.23 1.29 8.9
Tyler Cloyd Lehigh Valley PHI 25 2008 (18) 71 2.17 0.92 6.0
Dane de la Rosa@ Durham TB 29 MiLB FA 40 3.40 1.21 12.3
*Zach Duke Syracuse WAS 29 MiLB FA 90 3.69 1.41 4.8
Cory Gearrin@ Gwinnett ATL 26 2007 (4) 41 1.31 0.90 10.5
Justin Germano Pawtucket BOS 29 MiLB FA 97 2.60 0.94 5.8
Matt Harvey Buffalo NYM 23 2010 (1) 85 3.69 1.41 9.2
*Charlie Leesman Charlotte CWS 25 2008 (11) 88 2.45 1.38 7.0
*Rudy Owens Indianapolis PIT 24 2006 (28 D/F) 97 2.51 1.06 6.3
Miguel Socolovich@ Norfolk BAL 25 MiLB FA 40 1.59 0.88 10.0
CATCHER (3) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
Ryan Lavarnway Pawtucket BOS 24 2008 (6) 264 .320 .405 .489
#Dioner Navarro Louisville CIN 28 MiLB FA 164 .338 .414 .449
Josh Phegley Charlotte CWS 24 2009 (1s) 277 .276 .310 .364
INFIELD (8) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
Pedro Ciriaco, ss
Pawtucket BOS 26 MiLB FA 261 .306 .326 .415
#Pedro Florimon, ss Rochester MIN 25 Waivers (’11) 208 .253 .315 .360
Kevin Frandsen, 2b Lehigh Valley PHI 30 MiLB FA 309 .290 .329 .371
Mauro Gomez, dh
Pawtucket BOS 27 MiLB FA 280 .303 .364 .606
*Dan Johnson, 3b
Charlotte CWS 32 MiLB FA 346 .282 .423 .546
Ernesto Mejia, 1b
Gwinnett ATL 26 MiLB FA 311 .305 .363 .540
Jordy Mercer, ss Indianapolis PIT 25 2008 (3) 211 .305 .379 .422
#Cord Phelps, 2b
Columbus CLE 25 2008 (3) 331 .268 .347 .440
OUTFIELD (6) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
*Corey Brown, cf
Syracuse WAS 26 Trade (’10) 324 .300 .388 .579
Russ Canzler, lf Columbus CLE 26 Trade (’12) 304 .273 .329 .444
Greg Golson, rf
Charlotte CWS 26 Trade (’12) 343 .276 .309 .408
Matt LaPorta, lf
Columbus CLE 27 Trade (’08) 245 .305 .400 .581
Starling Marte, cf Indianapolis PIT 23 Int'l FA (’07) 315 .272 .332 .466
Val Pascucci, rf Buffalo NYM 33 MiLB FA 319 .247 .382 .452

Coaching Staff: Mike Sarbaugh, manager, Columbus (Indians); Arnie Beyeler, coach, Pawtucket (Red Sox); Ryne Sandberg, coach, Lehigh Valley (Phillies); and Joe Golia, trainer, Buffalo (Mets).

Acquisition Breakdown: 11 with original signing organization, including first-rounder Matt Harvey and supplemental pick Josh Phegley; four acquired in trade; 14 signed as minor league free agents; and one (Pedro Florimon) claimed on waivers.

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE ALL-STARS • STATS THROUGH JUNE 27
PITCHER (12) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED IP ERA WHIP SO9
Jonathan Albaladejo@ Reno ARI 29 MLB FA 31 2.64 1.04 9.7
Chad Beck@ Las Vegas TOR 27 Trade (’08) 27 0.99 1.06 4.6
*Barret Browning@ Memphis STL 27 MiLB Rule 5 36 2.00 1.14 8.5
John Ely Albuquerque LAD 26 Trade (’09) 96 3.38 1.20 9.7
Graham Godfrey Sacramento OAK 27 Trade (’07) 66 2.18 1.14 6.3
Eric Hacker Fresno SF 29 MiLB FA 91 4.37 1.26 6.3
Heath Hembree@ Fresno SF 23 2010 (5) 28 4.13 1.13 6.7
Jim Henderson@ Nashville MIL 29 MiLB FA 37 1.93 1.26 10.1
*Tommy Hottovy@ Omaha KC 30 MiLB FA 27 1.69 0.86 12.2
Tom Koehler New Orleans FLA 26 2008 (18) 90 3.79 1.31 8.7
*Ryan Verdugo Omaha KC 25 Trade (’11) 79 3.65 1.28 7.1
Josh Wall@ Albuquerque LAD 25 2005 (2) 33 4.96 1.38 9.4
CATCHER (3) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
Tim Federowicz Albuquerque LAD 24 Trade (’11) 264 .284 .346 .470
#Landon Powell Okla. City HOU 30 MiLB FA 184 .279 .388 .416
Guillermo Quiroz Tacoma SEA 30 MiLB FA 183 .325 .423 .565
INFIELD (9) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
Luis Cruz, ss Albuquerque LAD 28 MiLB FA 292 .320 .346 .525
Jake Elmore, 2b
Reno ARI 25 2008 (34) 325 .390 .467 .532
Adeiny Hechavarria, ss
Las Vegas TOR 23 Int'l FA (’10) 343 .318 .364 .444
Mike Hessman, 1b
Okla. City HOU 34 MiLB FA 245 .281 .351 .627
*Luis Jimenez, dh
Tacoma SEA 30 MiLB FA 309 .325 .421 .540
#Jimmy Paredes, 2b Okla. City HOU 23 Trade (’10) 306 .311 .333 .440
*Clint Robinson, 1b Omaha KC 27 2007 (25) 307 .313 .410 .508
Josh Vitters, 3b Iowa CHC 22 2007 (1) 299 .293 .344 .500
*Ryan Wheeler, 3b
Reno ARI 23 2009 (5) 320 .366 .403 .569
OUTFIELD (6) TEAM ORG AGE ACQUIRED PA AVG OBP SLG
Andrew Brown, lf
Colo. Springs COL 27 Waivers (’11) 300 .293 .344 .541
Joey Butler, rf Round Rock TEX 26 2008 (15) 330 .285 .397 .467
*Kole Calhoun, cf Salt Lake LAA 24 2010 (8) 255 .316 .376 .558
*Adam Eaton, cf
Reno ARI 23 2010 (19) 318 .388 .462 .532
Wil Myers, rf
Omaha KC 21 2009 (3) 174 .309 .397 .638
Dan Robertson, lf Tucson SD 26 2008 (33) 299 .328 .397 .419

Coaching Staff: Marty Brown, manager, Las Vegas (Blue Jays); Blaise Ilsley, coach, Memphis (Cardinals); Russ Morman, coach, Fresno (Giants); and Heath Townsend, trainer, Colorado Springs (Rockies).

Acquisition Breakdown: 13 with original signing organization, including first-rounder Josh Vitters and third-rounder Wil Myers; six acquired in trade; eight signed as minor league free agents; one (Jonathan Albaladejo) signed to major league deal; one (Andrew Brown) claimed on waivers; and one (Barret Browning) selected in minor league Rule 5 draft.

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