2017 Florida State League All-Star Game Rosters

As all-star rosters are announced, we'll provide full details and a look at which prospects are most worthy of your attention.

Florida State League All-Star Game

When: June 17.

Where: Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Fla.

Prospects To Watch:

Alex Jackson, C, Florida (Braves): Jackson, the No. 6 overall pick in the 2014 draft, was dealt from the Mariners to the Braves, who immediately returned him to catcher, where he played as an amateur. Jackson was placed on the disabled list on May 19, but was hitting. 301/.359/.575 before getting hurt. If he’s activated in time for the game, he’ll be intriguing to watch on both offense and defense.

Nick Senzel, 3B, Daytona (Reds): A year ago at this time, Senzel was still with Tennessee and was just days away from the Reds taking him with the No. 2 overall pick in the country. Senzel was lauded for his offensive prowess, and he’s done nothing to dispel those beliefs in his first full pro season. With the Tortugas, Senzel is hitting .300/.357/.408 with three home runs and 19 RBIs.

Shed Long, 2B, Daytona (Reds): A converted catcher, Long has moved to second base but has the athleticism to play in the outfield if necessary. Though he’s listed at just 5-foot-8 and 180 pounds, Long packs a punch. His nine home runs are tied for fourth on the circuit, tied with, among others, fellow FSL all-star Max Pentecost.

Mitch Keller, RHP, Bradenton (Pirates): Keller ranks No. 18 on BA’s updated Top 100 Prospects List, but is on the disabled list with a back strain. He’s shown a fastball in the mid-90s when healthy, and has whiffed 39 hitters in 40 innings. Here’s hoping he’s healthy enough in two weeks to make an appearance at Joker Marchant.

Cole Tucker, SS, Bradenton (Pirates): If you’d told someone that a shortstop in this game was tied for the minor league in stolen bases, it probably wouldn’t come as much of a surprise. If you’d told that same person, however, that the player in question was Cole Tucker and not Tampa’s Jorge Mateo, who two seasons ago stole 82 bases, that might raise a few eyebrows. Tucker had shoulder surgery in 2015 and is continuing to work his way back to full arm strength. Tucker is an intriguing, toolsy player, who has done some of everything in a return to high Class A.

Beau Burrows, RHP, Lakeland (Tigers): The Tigers wanted Burrows to work on sharpening his curveball in order to get more strikeouts, and he’s responded well to the challenge. Detroit’s first-round pick two seasons ago leads the FSL in strikeouts, with 62, and also leads the league in ERA (1.23) and WHIP (0.95).

NORTH DIVISION
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Beau Burrows P Lakeland R-R 6-2 200 9/18/96
Cody Carroll P Tampa R-R 6-5 200 10/15/92
Seranthony Dominguez P Clearwater R-R 6-1 185 11/25/94
Drew Harrington P Florida R-L 6-2 225 3/30/95
Cole Irvin P Clearwater L-L 6-4 180 1/31/94
Zack Littell P Tampa R-R 6-3 190 10/5/95
Dillon McNamara P Tampa R-R 6-5 220 10/6/91
Jose Mesa P Tampa R-R 6-4 215 8/13/93
Tyler Pike P Florida L-L 6-0 180 1/26/94
Tanner Rainey P Daytona R-R 6-2 235 12/25/92
Josh Rogers P Tampa L-L 6-3 185 7/10/94
Jeff Singer P Clearwater L-L 6-0 200 9/13/93
Jose Taveras P Clearwater R-R 6-4 210 11/6/93
Devan Watts P Florida R-R 6-0 205 4/21/95
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Deivi Grullon C Clearwater R-R 6-1 180 2/17/96
Alex Jackson C Florida R-R 6-2 215 12/25/95
Danny Jansen C Dunedin R-R 6-2 225 4/15/95
Chris Okey C Daytona R-R 5-11 195 12/29/94
Max Pentecost C Dunedin R-R 6-2 191 3/10/93
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Carlos Castro 1B Florida R-R 6-1 195 5/24/94
Shed Long 2B Daytona L-R 5-8 180 8/22/95
Jorge Mateo SS Tampa R-R 6-0 190 6/23/95
Austin Riley 3B Florida R-R 6-3 220 4/2/97
Nick Senzel 3B Daytona R-R 6-1 205 6/29/95
Drew Stankiewicz 2B Clearwater L-R 5-9 160 6/18/93
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Zachary Coppola OF Clearwater L-R 5-10 160 5/9/94
Braxton Davidson OF Florida L-L 6-2 230 6/18/96
Andrew Guillotte OF Dunedin R-R 5-8 170 3/30/93
Ross Kivett OF Lakeland R-R 6-1 195 10/19/91
Tyler Neslony OF Florida L-R 6-1 190 2/13/94
Tito Polo OF Tampa R-R 5-9 185 8/23/94

SOUTH DIVISION
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Dario Agrazal P Bradenton R-R 6-3 216 12/28/94
Tyler Bashlor P St. Lucie R-R 5-11 195 4/16/93
Landon Beck P Palm Beach R-R 6-3 215 12/9/92
Andy Beltre P Jupiter R-R 6-4 195 7/6/93
Jake Brentz P Bradenton L-L 6-2 195 9/14/94
Sam Clay P Fort Myers L-L 6-2 190 6/21/93
Zac Gallen P Palm Beach R-R 6-2 191 8/3/95
Mitch Keller P Bradenton R-R 6-3 195 4/4/96
Seth McGarry P Bradenton R-R 6-0 180 1/5/94
Yunior Montero P Bradenton R-R 6-4 175 2/9/93
Cody Poteet P Jupiter R-R 6-1 190 7/30/94
Trevor Richards P Jupiter R-R 6-2 190 5/15/93
Dereck Rodriguez P Fort Myers R-R 6-1 180 6/5/92
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Christian Kelley C Bradenton R-R 5-11 185 9/23/93
Patrick Mazeika C St. Lucie L-R 6-3 210 10/14/93
Brian Navarreto C Fort Myers R-R 6-4 220 12/29/94
Brett Sullivan C Charlotte L-R 6-1 195 2/22/94
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Jake Cronenworth SS Charlotte L-R 6-1 185 1/21/94
Brandon Lowe 2B Charlotte L-R 6-0 185 7/6/94
Chris Paul 3B Fort Myers R-R 6-2 200 10/12/92
Darren Seferina 2B Palm Beach L R 5-9 175 1/24/94
Cole Tucker SS Bradenton S-R 6-3 185 7/3/96
Jhoan Urena 3B St. Lucie S-R 6-1 230 9/1/94
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt DOB
Wuilmer Becerra OF St. Lucie R-R 6-3 225 10/1/94
Jeff Diehl OF St. Lucie R-R 6-5 195 9/30/93
Logan Hill OF Bradenton R-R 6-3 230 5/26/93
Casey Hughston OF Bradenton L-R 6-2 200 6/9/94

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