Nick Adenhart, who has been one of the top pitchers in minor league baseball over the first two months of the season, earns the All-Star nod in his first full professional season. He leads the league with seven victories and is among the leaders in ERA, strikeouts, innings pitched and average allowed.
Adenhart will be joined by fellow starter Stephen Marek, who has a 2.54 ERA - good for ninth on the circuit. The righthander has an impressive 61-15 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 74.1 innings of work, posting seven quality starts in 12 outings.
Hainley Statia, a native of Curacao celected out of a Florida high school in 2004, was selected as a back up infielder. The 20-year-old switch hitter has a .283/.358/.371 line in 205 at-bats this season.
The game will be played June 20 at John O'Donnell Stadium, the home of the Quad Cities Swing.