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Five Captains headed to Midwest League All-Star Game

By sstorm Published: June 9, 2010

The Lake County Captains had five representatives named Tuesday to the Eastern Division squad of the upcoming Midwest League All-Star Game.

RHP's Trey Haley and Nick Sarianides will be joined by C's Roberto Perez and Chun Chen as well as OF Bo Greenwell at the June 22nd All Star game in Fort Wayne, IN.

Haley (4-1, 3.73 ERA), is a 19-year old out of San Augustine, TX, who leads the team in wins by a starter - as the Captains are 11-1 when he takes the hill. He was the Indians 2nd-round pick in 2008.

Sarianides (5-1, 3.77 ERA), is a 20-year old from Fortson, GA, who has struck out 17 batters and walked only three over his last 10 outings.

Perez is a 20-year old catcher from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, who is second in the league in throwing out would-be base stealers with a 55% success rate.

Chen is a 21-year old from Hualian County, Taiwan. He will be the starting designated hitter, batting .349 on the season (fourth best in the league). He is also second in the league with both 18 doubles and a .586 slugging percentage.

Greenwell, a 21-year old from Alva, FL, will start in the outfield for the Eastern squad. He has been in the top 10 in hitting throughout the first half of the season. He currently ranks seventh in batting (.318), second in runs scored (41) and is fifth in plate-appearance-to-strike out-ratio (8.74).


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