Four Drillers Named All-Stars

Razor Shines to Lead North Squad

Jeremy Kehrt will be one of four players participating in the 2015 Texas League All-Star Game that will be played on June 30 in Corpus Christi. (Rich Crimi)

By Tulsa Drillers | June 15, 2015 2:50 PM

The rosters for the 2015 Texas League All-Star Game were released Monday afternoon by league President Tom Kayser. The Tulsa Drillers had four players named to the North Division squad, including a trio of pitchers. The four included hurlers Chris Anderson, Jeremy Kehrt and Jeremy Horst and shortstop Luis Mateo.

The North Division side will be led by Tulsa manager Razor Shines and his coaching staff. He will be assisted by coaches Matt Herges, Shawn Wooten and Leo Garcia. Trainer Aaron Schumacher and Strength Coach Paul Sterrett will also be a part of the staff.

This year's game will be played on Tuesday, June 30 at Corpus Christi's Whataburger Field

Anderson leads the Drillers with five wins this season. The right-hander has a 3.78 ERA while holding Texas League batters to a .245 average.

Kehrt has a 4-5 record with 3.19 ERA for Tulsa. In 12 starts, he has recorded 56 strikeouts and issued only 19 walks.

Horst has been one of the top relievers in the TL this season, posting a 1.98 ERA in 22 total appearances. The lefthander has collected four saves in six opportunities.

Mateo was selected as the North's starting shortstop. He has committed only three errors this year while batting .258.

Members for the All-Star teams are determined by voting from league managers, coaches and media members.

Complete rosters for both teams are listed below.



1B Balbino Fuenmayor (Northwest Arkansas)

2B Angel Franco (Northwest Arkansas)

3B Brian Hernandez (Arkansas)

SS Luis Mateo (Tulsa)

C Mike Ohlman (Springfield)

DH Mike Bianucci (Northwest Arkansas)

OF Jorge Bonifacio (Northwest Arkansas)

OFJeremy Hazelbaker (Springfield)

OF Charlie Tilson (Springfield)


C Raywilly Gomez (Arkansas)

IF Raul Mondesi (Northwest Arkansas)

IF Alex Liddi (Northwest Arkansas) 

OF Terrance Gore (Northwest Arkansas)


P   Chris Anderson (Tulsa)

P   Jeremy Horst (Tulsa)

P Jeremy Kehrt (Tulsa)

P   Kyle Barraclough (Springfield)

P   Joey Donofrio (Springfield)

P   Trevor Gott (Arkansas) (1)

P   Chris O'Grady (Arkansas)

P   Arturo Reyes (Springfield)

P   Nate Smith (Arkansas)

P   Albert Suarez (Arkansas)

P   J. C. Sulbaran (Northwest Arkansas)

Manager   Razor Shines (Tulsa)

Coach    Matt Herges (Tulsa)

Coach      Shawn Wooten (Tulsa)

Coach      Leo Garcia (Tulsa)     

Trainer     Aaron Schumacher (Tulsa)

Strength and Conditioning      Paul Sterrett (Tulsa)

(1) Chris Thomas of Springfield replaces Trevor Gott, who has been promoted to Los Angeles.


1B Conrad Gregor (Corpus Christi)

2B Tony Kemp (Corpus Christi) (1)

3B Joey Gallo (Frisco) (2)

SS Trea Turner (San Antonio) (3)

C Carson Blair (Midland)

DH Matt Olson (Midland)

OF Travis Jankowski (San Antonio)

OF Chad Oberacker (Midland)

OF Nick Williams (Frisco)


C Jorge Alfaro (Frisco) (4)

INF Drew Robinson (Frisco)

INF Tyler White (Corpus Christi)


P   Travis Ballew (Corpus Christi)

P   Chris Devenski (Corpus Christi)

P   Ryan Dull (Midland)

P   Jandel Gustave (Corpus Christi)

P   Justin Hancock (San Antonio)

P   Nate Long (Midland)

P   Lance McCullers (Corpus Christi) (5)

P   Jesus Pirela (Frisco)

P   Colin Rea (San Antonio)

P   Jake Thompson (Frisco)

P   Vincent Velasquez (Corpus Christi) (6)

Manager      Rodney Linares (Corpus Christi)

Coach         Doug Brocail (Corpus Christi)

Coach         Dan Radison (Corpus Christi)

Coach         Tom Lawless (Corpus Christi)

Trainer        Grant Hufford (Corpus Christi)

Strength and Conditioning      Mark Spadavecchia (Corpus Christi)

(1) Colin Walsh of Midland replaces Tony Kemp, who has been promoted to Triple A.

(2) Ryon Healy of Midland replaces Joey Gallo, who has been promoted to Texas.

(3) Chad Pinder of Midland replaces Trea Turner, who has been trades to Washington.

(4) Roberto Pena of Corpus Christi replaces Jorge Alfaro, who is injured.

(5) Tayron Guerrero of San Antonio replaces Lance McCullers, who has been promoted to Houston.

(6) David Martinez of Frisco replaces Vincent Velasquez, who has been promoted to Houston.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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