Minor League Standings Update & All-Star Game Rosters

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As the first half of the 2019 season wraps up for many minor league clubs, several teams have clinched the first-half division titles up for grabs from Double-A down to low Class A. Here is a look at the current standings and results for the full-season leagues that operation on split-season schedules, previewing this year’s minor league playoff races.

Eastern League (Double-A)

State Of The Playoff Race

Eastern Division: Just 2.5 games separate first- and fourth-place teams in the Eastern League’s Eastern Division with only a handful of games remaining in the first half of the season. Currently, the Trenton Thunder (Yankees) sit atop the standings at 36-26, tied with the Reading Fightin’ Phils (Phillies), who are  37-27. The Hartford Yard Goats (Rockies), are just half a game back, while the Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Mets), currently sit 2.5 games back in the standings. The Thunder are led by first baseman Chris Gittens, who is hitting .301/.425/.555 with 11 home runs, and righthander Garrett Whitlock, who has a 3.04 ERA in 10 starts.

Western Division: The Western Division race isn’t quite as close as its Eastern Division counterpart, with the Harrisburg Senators (Nationals) having already clinched the Western Division thanks to a six-game lead over the second-place Akron RubberDucks (Indians) and Altoona Curve (Pirates). The Senators have been successful in the first half of the season due to strong contributions from lefthander Ben Braymer and first baseman Drew Ward. Braymer currently boasts a 2.55 ERA with 63 strikeouts and a 0.95 WHIP in 74 innings while Ward is slashing .315/.373/.622 with eight home runs.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The Eastern League all-star game will be held at The Diamond in Richmond, Virginia on July 10. The all-star rosters have not yet been released.

Southern League (Double-A)

State Of The Playoff Race

North Division: The Montgomery Biscuits (Rays) currently hold a 4.5-game lead and have clinched the first-half division title. Montgomery is led by outfielder Jesus Sanchez, who is hitting .302/.361/.460 with eight home runs and 48 RBIs. Lefthander Kenny Rosenberg leads the Biscuits’ pitching staff with a 6-1, 2.39 ERA record and 67 strikeouts in 67.2 innings.

South Division: The Biloxi Shuckers (Brewers) have clinched the division, leading Pensacola (Twins) by two games. The Shuckers have been led by third baseman Patrick Leonard, who is hitting .320/.402/.475 with a team-leading 70 hits that ranks second among South Division hitters. RIghthander Trey Supak has posted a 1.91 ERA in 13 starts. Nine players will be representing the Shuckers at the Southern League all-star game, which they are also hosting.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The Southern League all-star game will take place on June 18th at MGM Park in Biloxi, Miss. Below are the rosters by division. Players with an asterisk by their name have been designated as starters, while players listed in italics have been selected to the game but are unable to participate.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Cory Abbott (Tennessee), Tejay Antone (Chattanooga), Craig Brooks (Tennessee) Kyle Kubat (Birmingham), Joel Kuhnel (Chattanooga), Sam McWilliams (Montgomery), Tyson Miller (Tennessee), Kenny Rosenberg (Montgomery), Phoenix Sanders (Montgomery), Riley Smith (Jackson), Bo Takahashi (Jackson), Curtis Taylor (Montgomery), Jimmy Lambert (Birmingham), Lucas Luetge (Jackson)

Catchers: Yermin Mercedes (Birmingham), Daulton Varsho* (Jackson)

Infielders: P.J. Higgins* (Tennessee), Vimael Machin* (Tennessee), Drew Ellis* (Jackson), Alfredo Rodriguez* (Chattanooga), Miles Mastrobuoni (Montgomery), Ibandel Isabel (Chattanooga)

Outfielders: Jeffrey Baez* (Jackson), Luis Robert* (Birmingham), Jesus Sanchez* (Montgomery), Jamie Westbrook (Jackson)

Designated Hitters: Taylor Trammell* (Chattanooga), Roberto Caro* (Tennessee), Dalton Kelly (Montgomery)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Ian Anderson (Mississippi), Luke Barker (Biloxi), Johan Belisario (Biloxi), Ryan Clark (Mobile), Tucker Davidson (Mississippi), Robert Dugger (Jacksonville), Nate Griep (Biloxi), Jason Hursh (Mississippi), Kyle Muller (Mississippi), Cody Poteet (Jacksonville), Trey Supak (Biloxi), Jeremy Walker (Mississippi), Brusdar Graterol (Pensacola), Griffin Jax (Pensacola), Ryan Mason (Pensacola)

Catchers: Caleb Hamilton (Pensacola), Jack Kruger (Mobile)

Infielders: Patrick Leonard* (Biloxi), Travis Blakenhorn* (Pensacola), Weston Wilson* (Biloxi), Luis Aviles Jr.* (Biloxi), Justin Twine (Jacksonville)

Outfielders: Trent Grisham* (Biloxi), Brian Miller (Jacksonville), Cristian Pache* (Mississippi), Drew Waters* (Mississippi), Brandon Marsh (Mobile)

Designated Hitters: Jaylin Davis* (Pensacola), Dillon Thomas (Biloxi)

Texas League (Double-A)

State Of The Playoff Race

North Division: The Arkansas Travelers (Mariners) ran away with the North Division led by manager Mitch Canham, who is now leaving the team to become the new head coach of his alma mater, Oregon State. The Travelers have a 6.5-game lead over second place Tulsa. Notable Travelers include outfielder Jake Fraley, who leads the league in hitting with a .326/.393/.563 slash line to go along with 11 home runs and 45 RBIs. Starting pitchers Nabil Crismatt (2.59 ERA, 54 SO) and Darren McCaughan (2.70 ERA, 60 SO) have also helped lead the way.

South Division: The Texas League’s South Division boasts one of the best playoff races in the minors. With just three games remaining, all four teams are still contending for the first-half title. Midland (Athletics) leads Frisco (Rangers) by a half game, while Corpus Christi (Astros) is just one game back and Amarillo (Padres) is 1.5 games back. Midland is facing North Division champ Arkansas this weekend. Frisco hosts Northwest Arkansas. Tulsa hosts Amarillo, and Corpus Christi travels to Springfield.

In case the division ends in a two-way tie, the first game those two teams play in the second half will serve as the tiebreaker. In the case of a three-way tie, a similar format of using second half games will also be used. The Texas League playoff procedures do not spell out any provisions for breaking a four-way tie. Because of cancellations, a four-way tie is unlikely, but it is—amazingly—still possible.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The Texas League all-star game will be hosted by the Tulsa Drillers on June 25th. Below are the rosters by division. Players with an asterisk by their name have been designated as starters.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Justin Dunn (Arkansas), Darren McCaughan (Arkansas), Dustin May (Tulsa), Ricardo Sanchez (Arkansas), Gerson Garabito (NW Arkansas), Ofreidy Gomez (NW Arkansas), Conner Greene (NW Arkansas), Nabil Crismatt (Arkansas), Austin Warner (Springfield), Jack Anderson (Arkansas), Shea Spitzbarth (Tulsa)

Catchers: Keibert Ruiz* (Tulsa), Joseph Odom (Arkansas)

Infielders: Evan White* (Arkansas), Gabriel Cancel* (NW Arkansas), Gavin Lux* (Tulsa), Cristian Santana* (Tulsa), Zach McKinstry (Tulsa), D.J. Burt (NW Arkansas) Chris Parmelee (Tulsa)

Outfielders: Khalil Lee* (NW Arkansas), Dylan Carlson* (Springfield), Cody Thomas* (Tulsa), Jake Fraley (Arkansas)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Kyle Finnegan (Midland), Brian Howard (Midland), Walker Weickel (Frisco), Colin McKee (Corpus Christi), Emmanuel Ramirez (Amarillo), Carlos Sanabria (Corpus Christi), Edgar Arredondo (Frisco), James Jones (Frisco), Travis Radke (Amarillo), Bryan Abreu (Corpus Christi)

Catchers: Luis Torrens* (Amarillo), Collin Theroux (Midland)

Infielders: Juremi Profar* (Frisco), Ivan Castillo* (Amarillo), Abraham Toro* (Corpus Christi), Owen Miller* (Amarillo), Charles Leblanc (Frisco), Mikey White (Midland), Kyle Overstreet (Amarillo)

Outfielders: Dairon Blanco* (Midland), Luis Barrera* (Midland), Edward Olivares* (Amarillo), Greg Deichmann (Midland)


Carolina League (High Class A)

State of the Playoff Race

North Division: The Wilmington Blue Rocks (Royals) have clinched the division. Despite sitting last in the Carolina League in team batting average (.202), the Blue Rocks’ boast an impressive 22-10 away record, helping them approach the midway point of the year nine games ahead of second-place Lynchburg (Indians). Wilmington is led by outfielder Brewer Hicklen, who is hitting .267/.401/.369 with 20 stolen bases, and righthander Brady Singer’s 1.87 ERA.

South Division: The Down East Wood Ducks (Rangers) have also clinched their division thanks to a similar commanding lead over the competition midway through the season. The Wood Ducks sit nine games ahead of Winston-Salem (White Sox) and 10.5 games ahead of Carolina (Brewers). The Wood Ducks are nearing the end of the first half by winning nine of their last 10 games, fueled by their high-powered offense that has scored the most runs in the league (309). Down East has been led by third baseman Ryan Dorow (.264/.372/.415) and his eight home runs. Righthander Jason Bahr has a 1.71 ERA and a team-best 58 strikeouts through 58 innings.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters 

The Carolina League all-star classic will be held at Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick, Maryland, on June 18. Players with an asterisk by their name have been designated as starters, while players listed in italics have been selected to the game but are unable to participate.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Michael Baumann (Frederick), Kutter Crawford (Salem), Juan Hillman (Lynchburg), Steven Klimek (Frederick), Jackson Kowar (Wilmington), David Lebron (Frederick), Tad Ratliff (Wilmington), Adam Scott (Lynchburg), Cody Sedlock (Frederick), Tyler Zuber (Wilmington), Robert Broom (Lynchburg), Andrew Lee (Potomac), Daniel Lynch (Wilmington), Brady Singer (Wilmington)

Catchers: Jakson Reetz* (Potomac), M.J. Melendez (Wilmington)

Infielders: Pedro Castellanos* (Salem), Ryan Fitzgerald* (Salem), Cole Freeman* (Potomac), Nolan Jones* (Lynchburg), Willy Yahn (Frederick)

Outfielders: Nick Banks* (Potomac), Oscar Gonzalez* (Lynchburg), Zach Jarrett* (Frederick), Cole Billingsley (Frederick), Jarren Duran (Salem)

Designated Hitters: Aldrem Corredor* (Potomac)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Javier Assad (Myrtle Beach), Jason Bahr (Down East), Rodrigo Benoit (Carolina), Jesus Camargo (Myrtle Beach), Matt Hardy (Carolina), Will Kincanon (Winston-Salem), Luis Ledo (Winston-Salem), John Parke (Winston-Salem), Paul Richan (Myrtle Beach), Noah Zavolas (Carolina), Joe Barlow (Down East), DeMarcus Evans (Down East), Dylan File (Carolina), Enoli Paredes (Fayetteville), Yohan Ramirez (Fayetteville)

Catchers: Mario Feliciano* (Carolina), Payton Henry (Carolina)

Infielders: Jake Adams* (Fayetteville), Ryan Dorow* (Down East), Yonny Hernandez* (Down East), Zach Remillard* (Winston-Salem), Diosbel Arias (Down East), Nick Madrigal (Winston-Salem)

Outfielders: Corey Julks* (Fayetteville), Jake Meyers* (Fayetteville), Leody Taveras* (Down East), Jameson Fisher (Winston-Salem), Seth Beer (Fayetteville), Joantgel Segovia (Carolina)

Designated Hitters: Colton Shaver* (Fayetteville)

California League (High Class A)

State of the Playoff Race

North Division: Visalia (D-backs) has a 12-game lead on Stockton (Athletics) and the only winning record in the division at 42-20. With a 26-7 record at home, the Rawhide have had a historic season and were the first team in the minors to earn their playoff berth this year. Notable Rawhide include second baseman L.T. Tolbert (.374/.438/.504) and righthander Jeff Bain (3.52 ERA, 74 SO).

South Division: Rancho Cucamonga (Dodgers) has also clinched its division title. The Quakes are six games ahead of Lake Elsinore (Padres) and eight games ahead of Lancaster (Rockies), which are tied for second with even 32-32 records. Notable Quakes include second baseman Devin Mann (.274/.340/.495, 12 HR, 42 RBIs) and starting pitcher Wills Montgomerie (5-0, 3.24 ERA, 66 SO), both of whom will be playing in the California League’s all-star game.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The California League all-star game is hosted by the Inland Empire 66ers at San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino, Calif., on June 18. Below are the rosters by division.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Jeff Bain (Visalia), Sam Delaplane (Modesto), Camilo Doval (San Jose), Brady Feigl (Stockton), Joey Gerber (Modesto), Mitchell Jordan (Stockton), Ljay Newsome (Modesto), Aaron Phillips (San Jose), Frank Rubio (San Jose), West Tunnell (Visalia), Kyle Wilcox (Modesto)

Catchers: Renae Martinez (Visalia), Cal Raleigh (Modesto)

Infielders: Nick Allen (Stockton), Jose Caballero (Visalia), Jancarlos Cintron (Visalia), Cam Duzenack (Visalia), Connor Kopach (Modesto), Alfonso Rivas (Stockton), Joe Rizzo (Modesto), Yoel Yanqui (Visalia)

Outfielders: Lazaro Armenteros (Stockton), Jameson Hannah (Stockton), Mark Karaviotis (Visalia), Luis Liberato (Modesto), Heliot Ramos (San Jose)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Elliot Ashbeck (Lake Elsinore), Kyle Bradish (Inland Empire), MacKenzie Gore (Lake Elsinore), Evan Miller (Lake Elsinore), Wills Montgomerie (Rancho Cucamonga), Oliver Ortega (Inland Empire), Ryan Rolison (Lancaster), Logan Salow (Rancho Cucamonga), Jorge Tavarez (Inland Empire)

Catchers: Luis Campusano (Lake Elsinore), Connor Wong (Rancho Cucamonga)

Infielders: Gabriel Arias (Lake Elsinore), Sean Bouchard (Lancaster), Luis Castro (Lancaster), Jeter Downs (Rancho Cucamonga), Carlos Herrera (Lancaster), Devin Mann (Rancho Cucamonga), Esteury Ruiz (Lake Elsinore)

Outfielders: Donovan Casey (Rancho Cucamonga), Casey Golden (Lancaster) Matt Hearn (Lancaster) Torii Hunter Jr. (Inland Empire), Ramon Marcelino (Lancaster)

Florida State League (High Class A)

State of the Playoff Race

North Division: Heading into the final game of the first half, the Dunedin Blue Jays were able to finish on a high note, winning seven of their last 10 games en route to clinching the North Division title. Second-place Clearwater (Phillies) rest 5.5 games back of Dunedin, partly because of its 17-16 record at home. The Blue Jays were successful in the first half of their season thanks to righthander Maximo Castillo’s 2.83 ERA in 12 starts, along with some brief stints by larger names such as Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who hit .267/.353/.333 in his four games with the club.

South Division: First and fourth place in the South Division are separated by just four games, but right before the halfway mark, it is the Fort Myers Miracle (Twins) that has edged out the competition, sitting three games ahead of Bradenton (Pirates) and Palm Beach (Cardinals) for first place. Fort Myers currently leads the league in home runs with 53, and the Miracle has been led by first baseman Lewin Diaz (.290/.335/.538, 13 HR) at the plate and righthander Jhoan Duran (3.28 ERA, 56 SO) on the mound.

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The Florida State League all-star game will be held at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Fla., on June 15. Below are the rosters by division.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Nick Allgeyer (Dunedin), Braden Bristo (Tampa), Hayden Deal (Florida), Grant Dyer (Clearwater), Jonathan Hennigan (Clearwater), Damon Jones (Clearwater), Brooks Kriske (Tampa), Packy Naughton (Daytona), Ryan Nutof (Daytona), Tarik Skubal (Lakeland), Graham Spraker (Dunedin), Brandon S. White (Florida), Brad Wilson (Dunedin)

Catchers: Riley Adams (Dunedin), Hendrik Clementina (Daytona), William Contreras (Florida), Jason Lopez (Tampa)

Infielders: Alec Bohm (Clearwater), Riley Delgado (Florida), Dermis Garcia (Tampa), Jonathan India (Daytona) , Kevin Josephina (Florida), Cullen Large (Dunedin), Alejo Lopez (Daytona), Nick Maton (Clearwater), Riley Unroe (Florida)

Outfielders: Luke Burch (Lakeland), Isiah Gilliam (Tampa), Simon Muzziotti (Clearwater), Andy Sugilio (Daytona), Matt Vierling (Clearwater)

Designated Hitters: Brady Policelli (Lakeland)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Cody Bolton (Bradenton), Edward Cabrera (Jupiter), Joel Cesar (Bradenton), Perry DellaValle (Palm Beach), Tony Dibrell (St. Lucie), Bryan Dobzanski (Palm Beach), Luis Escobar (Bradenton), Alex Fagalde (Palm Beach), Tom Hackimer (Fort Myers), Jordan Holloway (Jupiter), Alex Phillips (Fort Myers), Johan Quezada (Fort Myers), Trevor Rogers (Jupiter), Angel Rondon (Palm Beach), Bryan Sammons (Fort Myers), Blake Taylor (St. Lucie), Ben Yokley (Palm Beach), Mikey York (Charlotte)

Catchers: Ryan Jeffers (Fort Myers), Nick Meyer (St. Lucie), Julio Rodriguez (Palm Beach)

Infielders: Vidal Brujan (Charlotte), Dylan Busby (Bradenton), Jose Devers (Jupiter), Lewin Diaz (Fort Myers), Jim Haley (Charlotte), Royce Lewis (Fort Myers), Manny Rodriguez (St. Lucie), Taylor Walls (Charlotte)

Outfielders: Trevor Larnach (Fort Myers), Cal Mitchell (Bradenton), Travis Swaggerty (Bradenton), Justin Toerner (Palm Beach)

Designated Hitters: Robbie Glendinning (Bradenton)


Midwest League (Low Class A)

State of the Playoff Race

Eastern Division: Great Lakes (Dodgers) has won the first-half Eastern Division title, sitting four games ahead of the second-place Lake County (Indians) with just a few days to go until the break. The Loons will be making their seventh playoff appearance in franchise history at the end of this season. The Great Lakes’ offense leads the Midwest League in runs (359), while the bullpen leads the league in saves (23).

Western Division: With the first half of the season ending in just four days, Quad Cities’ (Astros) impressive 24-9 record on the road has carried them to five-game lead over Burlington (Angels), allowing them to clinch the Western Division. The River Bandits have been excellent on the mound, leading the league in shutouts (11).

All-Star Game Date & Rosters

The Midwest League all-star game will be held at Four Winds Field in South Bend, Ind., on June 18. Below are the rosters by division. Players with an asterisk by their name have been designated as starters.

Eastern All-Stars

Pitchers: Easton McGee (Bowling Green), Shane McClanahan (Bowling Green), Alan Strong (Bowling Green), Caleb Sampen (Bowling Green), Ryan Weathers (Fort Wayne), Henry Henry (Fort Wayne), Jose Chacin (Great Lakes), Austin Drury (Great Lakes), Manuel Alvarez (Lake County), Josh Winchowski (Lansing), Cobi Johnson (Lansing), Jeff Passantino (South Bend), Riley Thompson (South Bend), Brailyn Marquez (South Bend), Cam Sanders (South Bend)

Catchers: Chris Betts* (Bowling Green), Pabel Manzanero (Dayton)

Infielders: Jake Brodt* (Lansing), Xavier Edwards* (Fort Wayne), Miguel Vargas* (Great Lakes), Wander Franco* (Bowling Green), Dillon Paulson (Great Lakes), Andy Weber (South Bend), Nick Podkul (Lansing), Tyler Freeman (Lake County), Ryan Gold (Lansing)

Outfielders: Niko Hulsizer* (Great Lakes), Will Benson* (Lake County), Ulrich Bojarski* (West Michigan), Grant Witherspoon (Bowling Green)

Designated Hitters: Roberto Alvarez* (Bowling Green)

Western All-Stars

Pitchers: Eric Marinez (Beloit), Aiden McIntyre (Beloit), Robinson Pina (Burlington), Jose Soriano (Burlington), Cristopher Molina (Burlington), Josh Winder (Cedar Rapids), Humberto Mejia (Clinton), Chris Vallimont (Clinton), Blake Workman (Kane County), Diego Cordero (Peoria), Matt Ruppenthal (Quad Cities), Austin Hansen (Quad Cities), Adam Hill (Wisconsin), Aaron Ashby (Wisconsin), Logan Gillaspie (Wisconsin)

Catchers: David Fry* (Wisconsin), Cesar Salazar (Quad Cities)

Infielders: Brady Whalen* (Peoria), Blaze Alexander* (Kane County), Nolan Gorman* (Peoria), Brice Turang* (Wisconsin), Gabe Snyder (Cedar Rapids) Trey Dawson (Quad Cities), Buddy Kennedy (Kane County), Jeremy Pena (Quad Cities), Delvin Perez (Peoria)

Outfielders: Jerar Encarnacion* (Clinton), Alek Thomas* (Kane County), Austin Dennis* (Quad Cities), Jesus Lujano (Wisconsin)

Designated Hitters: Chris Williams* (Cedar Rapids)

South Atlantic League

State of the Playoff Race

North Division: Delmarva (Orioles) has clinched the North Division five games ahead of Greensboro (Pirates). With a 46-19 record, the Shorebirds are led by shortstop Adam Hall (.321/.398/.420) and starting pitcher Grayson Rodriguez (6-1, 2.42 ERA, 72 SO, both of whom are featured on the all-star team. Eight other Shorebirds will be on the roster for the South Atlantic League all-star game, as well.

South Division: The division race is down to the final weekend as two teams are atop the leaderboard in the South Division, Augusta (Giants) and Charleston (Yankees). The GreenJackets are scheduled for a home series versus the fifth-place Rome (Braves) this weekend. The Riverdogs will face third-place Greenville (Red Sox) in their final series before the break.

All-Star Game Date & Roster

The South Atlantic League all-star game will take place on June 18 at Appalachian Power Park, in Charleston, W.Va., home of the West Virginia Power. Below are the rosters by division.

Northern All-Stars

Pitchers: Dayeison Arias (West Virginia), Brad Case (Greensboro), Clay Chandler (West Virginia), Johan Dominguez (Kannapolis), Kyle Glogoski (Lakewood) Alex Manasa (Greensboro), Zach Matson (Delmarva), Bryan Pall (West Virginia), Ofelky Peralta (Delmarva), Grayson Rodriguez (Delmarva), Drew Rom (Delmarva)

Catchers: Jake Anchia (West Virginia), Daniel Fajardo (Delmarva), Grant Koch (Greensboro)

Infielders: Rodolfo Castro (Greensboro), Seamus Curran (Delmarva), Adam Hall (Delmarva), Gilbert Lara (Hagerstown), Mason Martin (Greensboro), Jonathan Ornelas (Hickory), Curtis Terry (Hickory)

Outfielders: Ian Dawkins (Kannapolis), Pedro Gonzalez (Hickory), Jacob Rhinesmith (Hagerstown), Lolo Sanchez (Greensboro), Doran Turchin (Delmarva)

Southern All-Stars

Pitchers: Jake Bird (Asheville), Jonathan Bowlan (Lexington), Seth Corry (Augusta), Austin Cox (Lexington), Luis Gil (Charleston), Jon Heasley (Lexington), Alexander Martinez (Asheville), Jose Montilla (Rome), Jesus Tona (Augusta), Alexander Vizcaino (Charleston), Thad Ward (Greenville)

Catchers: Josh Breaux (Charleston), Logan Brown (Rome), Willie MacIver (Asheville), Chase Vallot (Lexington)

Infielders: Triston Casas (Greenville), Greg Cullen (Rome), Mickey Gasper (Charleston), Devlin Granberg (Greenville), Ronny Mauricio (Columbia), Terrin Vavra (Asheville)

Outfielders: Michael Gigliotti (Lexington), Trey Harris (Rome), Ismael Munguia (Augusta), Canaan Smith (Charleston), Josh Stowers (Charleston)

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