2017 Midwest League All-Star Game Rosters

Midwest League All-Star Game

When: June 20.

Where: Dow Diamond, Midland, Mich.

Prospects To Watch:

Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3B, and Bo Bichette, SS, Lansing (Blue Jays): The 18-year-old teammate sons of ex-big leaguers have taken the Midwest League by storm this year and become two of baseball’s most prized prospects. Guerrero, the son of the Expos and Angels great of the same name, is hitting .322/.422/.484 and evoking comparisons to his father. The younger Guerrero is certainly on a faster track than his dad, who similarly dominated the low Class A level but did so at age 20. Bichette, son of former Rockies All-Star Dante, is hitting .382, the second-best mark in the minors, with 20 doubles, six home runs and a 1.073 OPS.

Fernando Tatis, Jr., SS, Fort Wayne (Padres): Speaking of the sons of former big leaguers, the 18-year-old son of former Cardinals and Expos third baseman Fernando Tatis is a rising standout in his own right. The fifth-youngest player in the league on Opening Day, Tatis has hit .262/.329/.416 while showing big power and playing a highlight-reel shortstop with plus arm strength.

Jon Duplantier, RHP, Kane County (Diamondbacks): The 2016 third-round pick out of Rice has been arguably the most dominant pitcher in the minors this season. Duplantier is 6-0, 0.74 with 66 strikeouts and 13 walks in 60.2 innings this year. His ERA is the lowest in the entire minor leagues, and he is second in WHIP (0.74) and third in opponent average (.158)

Dylan Cease, RHP, South Bend (Cubs): Cease has lived up to his billing as the Cubs top pitching prospect in his first full season. The 21-year-old righthander has 54 strikeouts in just 34 innings with a fastball capable of reaching triple-digits and a potential plus curveball. Cease has lasted five innings in only three of his eight starts this season, but his stuff has been electric when he is on the mound.

-- Kyle Glaser

Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Brock Burke P Bowling Green (Rays) L-L 6-4 200
Scott Moss P Dayton (Reds) L-L 6-6 225
Wennington Romero P Dayton (Reds) L-L 5-11 150
Tony Santillan P Dayton (Reds) R-R 6-3 240
Aaron Fossas P Dayton (Reds) R-R 6-1 195
Logan Allen P Fort Wayne (Padres) R-L 6-3 200
Dustin May P Great Lakes (Dodgers) R-R 6-6 180
Ryder Ryan P Lake County (Indians) R-R 6-2 205
Justin Maese P Lansing (Blue Jays) R-R 6-3 200
Geno Encina P Lansing (Blue Jays) L-R 6-4 220
Dylan Cease P South Bend (Cubs) R-R 6-2 190
Duncan Robinson P South Bend (Cubs) R-R 6-6 230
Gregory Soto P West Michigan (Tigers) L-L 6-2 235
Austin Sodders P West Michigan (Tigers) L-L 6-4 195
Jason Foley P West Michigan (Tigers) R-R 6-4 220
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Tyler Stephenson C  Dayton (Reds) R-R 6-4 220
Keibert Ruiz C  Great Lakes (Dodgers) S-R 6-0 200
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Blaise Salter 1B West Michigan (Tigers) R-R 6-5 245
Miles Mastrobuoni 2B Bowling Green (Rays) L-R 5-11 175
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 3B Lansing (Blue Jays) R-R 6-1 230
Bo Bichette SS Lansing (Blue Jays) R-R 6-0 190
Josh Lester INF West Michigan (Tigers) L-R 6-3 210
Nathaniel Lowe INF Bowling Green (Rays) L-R 6-4 235
Yeiler Peguero INF South Bend (Cubs) S-R 5-10 150
Wladimir Galindo INF South Bend (Cubs) R-R 6-3 210
Fernando Tatis Jr. INF Fort Wayne (Padres) R-R 6-3 185
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Jesus Sanchez OF Bowling Green (Rays) L-R 6-3 210
T.J. Friedl OF Dayton (Reds) L-L 5-10 170
Jake Robson OF West Michigan (Tigers) L-R 5-10 175
Jorge Ona OF Fort Wayne (Padres) R-R 6-0 220
Michael Beltre DH Dayton (Reds) S-R 6-3 180
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Dalton Sawyer P Beloit (Athletics) L-L 6-5 212
Erik Manoah P Burlington (Angels) R-R 6-2 215
Clark Beeker P Cedar Rapids (Twins) R-R 6-3 205
Sean Poppen P Cedar Rapids (Twins) R-R 6-4 195
Brandon Miller P Clinton (Mariners) R-R 6-4 210
Danny Garcia P Clinton (Mariners) L-L 6-1 195
Jon Duplantier P Kane County (Diamondbacks) L-R 6-3 226
Tyler Mark P Kane County (Diamondbacks) R-R 6-3 218
Tommy Eveld P Kane County (Diamondbacks) R-R 6-5 195
Sam McWilliams P Kane County (Diamondbacks) R-R 6-7 216
Jordan Hicks P Peoria (Cardinals) R-R 6-2 205
Mike O’Reilly P Peoria (Cardinals) R-R 6-1 195
Carson LaRue P Quad Cities (Astros) R-R 6-1 175
Enoli Paredes P Quad Cities (Astros) R-R 5-11 165
Braden Webb P Wisconsin (Brewers) R-R 6-2 195
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Andrew Knizner C Peoria (Cardinals) R-R 6-1 215
Mario Feliciano C Wisconsin (Brewer) R-R 6-1 200
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Lewin Diaz 1B Cedar Rapids (Twins) L-L 6-3 254
Nate Mondou 2B Beloit (Athletics) L-R 5-9 195
Travis Blankenhorn 3B Cedar Rapids (Twins) L-R 6-2 208
Jermaine Palacios SS Cedar Rapids (Twins) R-R 6-0 180
Stefan Trosclair INF Peoria (Cardinals) R-R 6-2 200
Yordan Alvarez INF Quad Cities (Astros) L-L 6-5 212
Andrew Young INF Peoria (Cardinals) R-R 6-0 195
Roberto Baldoquin INF Burlington (Angels) R-R 5-11 200
Name Pos Team B-T Ht Wt
Anthony Jimenez OF Clinton (Mariners) R-R 5-11 165
Marcus Wilson OF Kane County (Diamondbacks) R-R 6-3 175
Monte Harrison OF Wisconsin (Brewers) R-R 6-3 235
Luke Persico OF Beloit (Athletics) R-R 6-3 180
Anfernee Grier OF Kane County (Diamondbacks) R-R 5-11 180
Mitchell Kranson DH Cedar Rapids (Twins) R-R 5-10 195