The top two pitchers in the league in ERA -- Bradenton's Bryan Morris and Fort Myers' Kyle Gibson have been promoted -- but Tampa's Adam Warren (6-3, 1.93 ERA) is on the North roster. Top Blue Jays prospect Henderson Alvarez (5-1, 2.42) of Dunedin joins Daytona's Rafael Dolis (3-3, 2.34), Lakeland's Charlie Furbush (3-3, 2.73) and Tampa's Hector Noesi (5-2, 2.72) on a pitching staff that will make runs hard for the South to come by.
The South has its share of strong arms, led by Bradenton's Nathan Adcock (5-2, 2.50). St. Lucie's Manuel Alvarez hasn't allowed an earned run out of the Mets bullpen in 25 2/3 innings. He's seen similar success in his last three outings in Binghamton and may not be with St. Lucie when the game is played on June 12, but he's a deserved All-Star selection nonetheless.
Phillies prospect Cody Overbeck leads the Florida State League in home runs with 11 and RBIs with 38, so he was an easy selection to the North infield from Clearwater. The North also boasts the No. 2 and 3 batting leaders in the FSL in Rawley Bishop (.341 batting average) and Kody Kaiser (.339), both from Lakeland.
The South offense is led by Bradenton's Jeremy Farrell, who is second to Overbeck with 23 extra-base hits. The fourth overall pick in the 2009 Draft, Tony Sanchez, is one of three catchers for the South. The Marauder's .316 batting average and .423 OBP show that Sanchez was reading for his first go-round at the Class A Advanced level. Charlotte's Isaias Velasquez and his 18 stolen bases will add speed to the North lineup.
The coaching and training staffs from Tampa (North) and Charlotte (South) will direct their All-Stars from the dugout at Space Coast Stadium.
2010 Florida State League All-Star teams
North Division All-Star Team
South Division All-Star Team
|Austin Hyatt||RHP||Clearwater||Noah Krol||RHP||Bradenton|
|Brayan Villarreal||RHP||Lakeland||Mark Diapoules*||RHP||Palm Beach|
|Justin DeFratus||RHP||Clearwater||Matthew Frevert*||RHP||Palm Beach|
|Henderson Alvarez||RHP||Dunedin||Joshua Satow*||LHP||Charlotte|
|Adam Warren||RHP||Tampa||Billy Bullock||RHP||Fort Myers|
|Matt Daly*||RHP||Dunedin||Zachar Quate||RHP||Charlotte|
|Trevor May||RHP||Clearwater||Marquis Fleming||RHP||Charlotte|
|Aaron Shafer||RHP||Daytona||Ramon Delgado*||RHP||Palm Beach|
|Michael Fiers*||RHP||Brevard County||Jeff Locke||LHP||Bradenton|
|Rafael Dolis||RHP||Daytona||Neil Schenk*||LHP||Charlotte|
|Travis d'Arnaud||C||Dunedin||Tony Cruz||C||Palm Beach|
|Mitch Abeita||C||Tampa||Chris Herrmann||C||Fort Myers|
|Yan Gomes||C||Dunedin||Stephen Vogt||C||Charlotte|
|Cody Overbeck||INF||Clearwater||Stefan Welch||INF||St. Lucie|
|Rawley Bishop||INF||Lakeland||Ben Lasater*||INF||Jupiter|
|Gustavo Nunez*||INF||Lakeland||Josh Satin||INF||St. Lucie|
|Corban Joseph||INF||Tampa||Jeremy Farrell||INF||Bradenton|
|Matt Cline||INF||Brevard County||Xavier Scruggs||INF||Palm Beach|
|Brett Jackson||OF||Daytona||Isaias Velasquez||OF||Charlotte|
|Jack Rye||OF||Tampa||Richard Racobaldo||OF||Palm Beach|
|Erik Komatsu||OF||Brevard County||Sean Ratliff||OF||St. Lucie|
|Kody Kaiser||OF||Lakeland||Quincy Latimore||OF||Bradenton|
|Sergio Miranda||DH||Brevard County||Henry Wrigley||DH||Charlotte|
|Torre Tyson||Mgr.||Tampa||Jim Morrison||Mgr.||Charlotte|
|Greg Pavlick||Coach||Tampa||Neil Allen||Coach||Charlotte|
|Julius Matos||Coach||Tampa||Joe Szekely||Coach||Charlotte|
|Kris Russell||Trainer||Tampa||Chris Tomashoff||Trainer||Charlotte|
|Jay Signorelli||Strength||Tampa||Scott Smith||Strength||Charlotte|
The following players were first-team selections but are unavailable to play due to promotion:
Bryan Morris, RHP, Bradenton
Kyle Gibson, RHP, Fort Myers
Casey Mulligan, RHP, Palm Beach
Yangervis Solarte, INF, Fort Myers
[* Editor's notes: On June 3, the league announced that Jupiter infielder Ben Lasater would replace Palm Beach's Jose Garcia, who was promoted to Double-A Springfield.
On June 4, the league announced that Dunedin pitcher Matt Daly would replace Hector Noesi, who was promoted to Double-A Trenton. Charlotte pitchers Nick Barnese and Joshua Satow and Palm Beach pitcher Matthew Frevert will replace St. Lucie's Chris Schwinden and Manuel Alvarez (both promoted to Double-A Binghamton) and Fort Myers' Bobby Lanigan (injured).
On June 7, the FSL announced that Brevard County pitcher Wily Peralta will replace Bradenton's Nathan Adcock on the South roster. Charlotte pitcher Marquis Fleming will replace Lakeland's Charlie Furbush.
On June 9, Lakeland's Gustavo Nunez was added to the North roster in place of Dunedin's Tyler Patornicky, who is on the disabled list. Brevard County's Michael Fiers replaces teammate Wily Peralta, also on the North team. For the South, Palm Beach pitcher Mark Diapoules has been selected to replace Charlotte's Nick Barnese.
On June 11, the FSL announced that Palm Beach pitcher Ramon Delgado will replace Charlotte pitcher Christopher Andujar. Fort Myers catcher Chris Herrmann will replace Bradenton's Tony Sanchez, who is on the disabled list. Charlotte pitcher Neil Schenk will replace Jupiter pitcher Jhan Marinez, who was promoted to Double-A Jacksonville. St. Lucie infielder Stefan Welch will replace Bradenton infielder Brock Holt. All of these changes affect the South roster.]