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Midwest League 2001

All-Star Game

East 7, West 3
played at Dayton, June 19, 2001

Every summer, the Midwest League's mid-season festival honors the season's best players. The 2001 Midwest League All-Star Game was played at Dayton's Fifth Third Field on Tuesday, June 19. The Eastern Division representatives won the game by a 7-3 score; Michigan's T.J. Soto broke a 3-3 tie with a grand slam in the seventh inning.

The teams were selected in late May by the league's field managers.


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2001 Season
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These players were selected by the Midwest League managers to appear in the 2001 MWL All-Star game. Balloting was conducted in late May.

You may wish to compare these teams with my late-May "Best Player" selections, or with the 2001 Post-Season All-Star Team.


Starters

East                       West
c  Garett Gentry, MIC         Rob Bowen, QC
1b Randy Ruiz, DAY            Justin Morneau, QC
2b Wandel Campana, DAY        Johnny Raburn, CR
3b Joe Lydic, MIC             Terry Tiffee, QC
ss Luis Montanez, LAN         Luis Maza, QC
of Kevin Reese, FTW           Brandon Watson, CLI
of Mark Hamilton, MIC         Will Smith, KC
of Nook Logan, WM             Jamie Bubela, WIS
dh Samone Peters, DAY         Jim Kavourias, KC

Reserves

East                       West
c  Chris Parker, WM           Mark Carroll, WIS
                              Scott Walter, BUR
if Daryl Clark, BEL           Zack Roper, CR
if T.J. Soto, MIC             Miguel Cabrera, KC
if Jason Maule, MIC           Adrian Gonzalez, KC
if Jon Helquist, MIC          Josh Willingham, KC
if Ronnie Merrill, WM         Pedro Liriano, WIS
of Derry Hammond, BEL         Chip Ambres, KC
of                            Jamal Strong, WIS

Pitchers

East                       West
   Dustin Mosely, DAY         Jason Fingers, BUR
   Mike Bumstead, FTW         Micah Mangrum, BUR
   Michael Nicholas, FTW      Kevin McClain, CR
   Oliver Perez, FTW          Joel Peralta, CR
   Aaron Krawiec, LAN         Jason Norderum, CLI
   Juan Campos, MIC           Hansel Izquierdo, KC
   Jory Coughenour, MIC       Chris Key, KC
   James Lira, MIC            Michael McNutt, KC
   Casey Daigle, SB           Chris Narveson, PEO
   Bill White, SB             John Novinsky, PEO
   Pablo Arias, WM            Henry Bonilla, QC
   Lee Rodney, WM             Jeff Randazzo, QC
   Michael Steele, WM         Josmir Romero, QC
   Mark Woodyard, WM          Everrett Johnson, WIS
                              Kevin Olore, WIS
                              Chad Wiles, WIS

Managers

East                       West
   Donnie Scott, DAY          Russ Morman, KC

  • The East team included 10 Dayton Dragons; the West team included 8 Beloit Snappers.
  • For the purposes of this game, the Eastern Division added Burlington. This selection was apparently made by a lottery.
  • Lansing's Matt Bruback, Dayton's Braxton Whitehead, and Dayton's Eric Welsh had been promoted, and did not appear in this game. Chad Yates of Peoria was on the Disabled List.
  • The managers (and coaching staffs) were determined by divisional standings at the mid-season break.


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