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Guillermo Moscoso - Oneonta P Chance Chapman - Williamsport

Zachery Jevne - Aberdeen P Drew Naylor - Williamsport

Jason Ragan - Hudson Valley P Colton Willems - Vermont

Brett Cecil - Auburn P Glenn Gibson - Vermont

Heath Taylor - Mahoning Valley P Adrian Alaniz - Vermont

Kyle Landis - Mahoning Valley P Anthony Watson - State College

Zachary McAllister - Staten Island P Jesse Todd - Batavia

Cody Crowell - Auburn P Joshua Dew - Batavia

Garrett Rieck - Mahoning Valley P Dylan Owen - Brooklyn

Noah Krol - Oneonta P Jason Dominguez - Tri-City

Felix Ventura - Lowell P Garrett Parcell - Jamestown

Alex Castillo - Mahoning Valley C Torre Langley - Jamestown

Mike McCormick - Hudson Valley C Jason Jacobs - Brooklyn

Tyler Weeden - Lowell C/UTIL Nicholas Stillwagon - State College

Todd Martin - Mahoning Valley 1B Bill Rhinehart - Vermont

Michael Jones - Lowell 1B Justin Byler - State College

Justin Henry - Oneonta 2B Tyler Mach - Williamsport

Jansy Infante - Mahoning Valley 2B Matthew Cusick - Tri-City

Ron Bourquin - Oneonta 3B Jacob Eigsti - Brooklyn

Justin Snyder - Staten Island 3B Ryan Anetsberger - Jamestown

Tyler Henson - Aberdeen SS Carlos Piste - Jamestown

Yamaico Navarro - Lowell SS Matthew Bouchard - Brooklyn

Joseph Nowicki - Aberdeen LF Brandon Kawal - Brooklyn

Benjamin Zeskind - Auburn LF Steve Brown - Tri-City

Matthew Angle - Aberdeen CF Keanon Simon - State College

Emeel Salem - Hudson Valley CF Collin DeLome - Tri-City

Ryan Kalish (Injured) - Lowell CF

Maiko Loyola - Hudson Valley RF Aaron Seuss - Vermont

Casper Wells - Oneonta RF Austin McClune - State College

Chris Carlson - Oneonta UTIL Andrew Brown - Batavia

Dennis Holmberg - Auburn Manager Edgar Alfonzo - Brooklyn

Antonio Caceras - Auburn Pitching Coach Hector Berrios - Brooklyn

Justin Mashore - Auburn Coach Guadalupe Jabalera - Brooklyn

Daniel McIntosh - Auburn Trainer Matt Hunter - Brooklyn

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O-Tigers get six All-Stars

Staff Report

For the second consecutive season, the Oneonta Tigers placed six players on the American League’s New York-Penn League All-Star Team.

Repeat selection Ronnie Bourquin will join fellow infielders Justin Henry and Chris Carlson, along with outfielder Casper Wells, starting pitcher Guillermo Moscoso and closer Noah Krol on the AL squad.

Oneonta tied the Mahoning Valley Scrappers for the most All-Stars from one team.

The AL team, which features players from Oneonta and Mahoning Valley, will meet the National League All-Stars at 7:35 p.m. Tuesday at Hudson Valley.

The Brooklyn Cyclones have five All-Stars, the most among NL affiliates.

All-Stars from the Aberdeen IronBirds, Auburn Doubledays, Hudson Valley Renegades, Lowell Spinners and Staten Island Yankees also will play for the AL.

The NL squad also has All-Stars from the Batavia Muckdogs, Jamestown Jammers, State College Spikes, Tri-City ValleyCats, Vermont Lake Monsters and Williamsport Crosscutters.

Each All-Star team has 29 roster members, not including Lowell center fielder Ryan Kalish (injured) for the AL.

Auburn’s Dennis Holmberg will manage the AL against Brooklyn’s Edgar Alfonzo, the NL manager.

Third baseman Bourquin went 1-for-3 in last year’s All-Star Game _ a 4-1 AL victory at Aberdeen. That game also featured O-Tigers’ Scott Sizemore, Brennan Boesch, Derek Witt, Brett Jensen and Matt O’Brien.

Bourquin is batting a team-best .347 after Thursday’s 8-2 loss at the Auburn Doubledays, followed by Henry’s at .344. Before Thursday’s game, second baseman Henry and Bourquin were third and fourth, respectively, in the league batting.

First baseman Carlson leads the NY-Penn with nine home runs this season. He’s also fourth in the league in RBIs (33) and is tied with Wells for the team lead in extra-base hits with 22.

Wells, who ranks third in the league in triples with five, entered Thursday’s game with 11 doubles, six home runs and 23 RBIs.

Right-hander Moscoso is 5-1 on the season with a 2.10 ERA. He highlighted the first half of the NY-Penn season with a perfect game at Damaschke Field on July 15, when the host O-Tigers earned a 6-0 victory over the Batavia Muckdogs.

Moscoso retired all 27 Muckdogs he faced in throwing the third perfect game in the history of the NY-Penn, which was formed in 1939. He struck out seven in the game, an outing that helped him to a streak of 26 2/3 innings without allowing an earned run.

Moscoso ranks in fifth in the league in wins and fourth in ERA. He also has 42 strikeouts and 12 walks over 51 1/3 innings this season.

Krol is tied with Lowell’s Felix Ventura for the league lead in saves, at 11 apiece. In 19 appearances and 21 1/3 innings, Krol is 0-0 with a 1.27 ERA. He has struck out 28 and walked five.

The O-Tigers fell Thursday to 29-21, good for second place in the Stedler Division, a half-game behind Vermont (29-20).

Oneonta returns home today, when it will host Williamsport at 7 p.m. in the first of three straight games against the Crosscutters. The NY-Penn’s three-day All-Star break begins Monday.


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For the year, Bourquin's BA is .349, OBP-.441 and slugging is .450 with an OPS of .890.

It appears that he's battled through his injuries as he has had a great August so far. For the month, his line is .462, .500, .641 for an OPS of 1.141.

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