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All-Stars aplenty in Minor League system

All-Stars aplenty in Minor League system

MILWAUKEE -- The Pittsburgh farm system has enjoyed massive representation in the Minor League All-Star circuit, with 19 players honored in their respective leagues.

That list does not include Altoona's Gorkys Hernandez, who will play for the World team in Sunday's Futures Game. It does include the other Pirates representative in that game, pitcher Bryan Morris, one of a league-leading eight players selected from Bradenton to the Florida State League All-Star team (Nathan Adcock, Tony Sanchez, Noah Krol, Jeff Locke, Quincy Latimore, Brock Holt and Jeremy Farrell).

Chase d'Arnaud was named as a replacement to the Eastern League All-Star team, joining Double-A Altoona teammates Derek Hankins, Rudy Owens, Matt Hague, Josh Harrison and Hector Gimenez.

Indianapolis will be represented in the Triple-A All-Star Game by Erik Kratz.

Class A West Virginia placed Ramon Cabrera, Aaron Baker, David Rubinstein and Nathan Baker on the South Atlantic League All-Star team.

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