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 Triple-A All-Star Game Results (2013-Present)  
Pacific Coast League 9,
International League 3
At El Paso, TX
(Southwest University Park),
July 10, 2019

  • Attendance: 9,706
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Ty France (El Paso, PCL); Eric Haase (Columbus, IL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Bobby Meacham (Buffalo), Stu Cliburn (Rochester), Ramon Samboo (Norfolk);
    PCL - Manager Dave Brundage (Sacramento), Eric Martins (Las Vegas), Pat Rice (Salt Lake)
  • Television: MLB Network - Scott Braun, Bill Ripken, Jim Callis, Kelly Nash
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Nick Curran (Louisville), Tim Hagerty (El Paso)
  • Box Score
On a 104-degree day in El Paso, Texas, a pair of hometown Chihuahuas stole the spotlight at Southwest University Park with power at the plate and dazzling defense on the diamond as the Pacific Coast League beat the International League for the third year in a row, 9-3. Ty France and Luis Urias homered to send the crowd into a frenzy, while the PCL pitchers, led by Memphis right-hander Jake Woodford, put to rest any thought of a comeback by the visiting IL. France, who was named BUSH's Beans Top Star for the PCL, immediately made an impact defensively, knocking down a sharp grounder to third by Kyle Higashioka in the first inning. The PCL did damage in the second, as Reno’s Yasmany Tomas led off with a single and scored two outs later on a double by San Antonio’s David Freitas. Fresno's Yadiel Hernandez singled in Freitas to chase IL starter Keegan Akin, who took the loss. Albuquerque’s Yonathan Daza tripled and Las Vegas’s Jorge Mateo singled to make it 4-0. France’s third inning homer added another run. Freitas doubled again and came home on Mateo's triple. In the fifth, the PCL padded its cushion on Urias' blast. The IL finally manufactured a run in the fifth on a double play. An inning later, Columbus catcher Eric Haase drove one in one a sacrifice fly and then picked up another RBI in the eighth on a single, taking home Top Star honors for the IL. To complete the El Paso showcase, Chihuahuas catcher and Padres No. 14 prospect Austin Allen floated a single to center that dropped right into the EP logo and plated the PCL's ninth run in the seventh.

Pacific Coast League 12,
International League 7
At Columbus, OH
(BB&T Ballpark),
July 11, 2018

  • Attendance: 10,516
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Josh Fuentes (Albuquerque, PCL); Kean Wong (Durham, IL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Chris Tremie, Steve Karsay, Bobby Magallanes, Johnny Narron (All from Columbus);
    PCL - Manager Marty Pevey (Iowa), Dyar Miller (Fresno), Geno Petralli (Round Rock)
  • Television: MLB Network - Scott Braun, Cliff Floyd, Jonathan Mayo, Alexa Datt
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Ryan Mitchell (Columbus), Scott Leo (Columbus), Jeff Hem (Nashville)
  • Box Score
Columbus played host to the Triple-A All-Star Game for the first time since 1989 and was represented by six All-Star players and the entire Clippers field staff. The PCL brought the League’s biggest bats to one of the IL’s friendliest ballparks for hitters, and it showed. PCL Top Star Josh Fuentes of Albuquerque got the sixth run 2nd inning started with a solo homer. That outburst tied the record for most runs in one inning previously set by the PCL in the 9th inning of the 2008 game. In all the Pacific Coast League scored twelve times, marking the third-most runs for one team in a Triple-A All-Star Game and the most since the IL posted 13 in 2003. The 19 runs for both teams were the most scored in the contest since the IL won the 2003 game, 13-9. The IL attack was led by Columbus’ Eric Haase, who homered to the delight of the hometown fans, and a pair of players with three hits, Norfolk’s DJ Stewart and Durham’s Kean Wong, the IL’s Top Star. Wong tied the event record for doubles in a game while Stewart tied the record for singles. Round Rock’s Scott Heineman had four stolen bases, twice the previous All-Star Game record.

Pacific Coast League 6,
International League 4
At Tacoma, WA
(Cheney Stadium),
July 12, 2017

  • Attendance: 7,024
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Renato Nunez (Nashville, PCL); Richie Shaffer (Columbus, IL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Al Pedrique (Scranton/WB), Jared Sandberg (Durham), Jeff Fassero (Louisville);
    PCL - Manager Tony DeFrancesco (Fresno), Rick Rodriguez (Nashville), Jack Voigt (Las Vegas)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Bill Ripken, Jim Callis, Michelle McMahon
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Mike Curto (Tacoma), Josh Maurer (Pawtucket)
  • Box Score
Minor League Baseball’s mid-season home run king, Renato Nunez of Nashville, sent a laser-like blast over the leftfield wall for the decisive three-run blast at the 2017 Triple-A All-Star Game. The dinger was part of a four-run 4th inning that helped the PCL end a four-game skid and edge the International League, 6-4, in front of a sellout crowd at Tacoma’s Cheney Stadium. After trading runs in the 2nd inning, the 1-1 tie was broken in the 4th with a RBI single by Garrett Cooper of Colorado Springs. Two batters later Nunez delivered his big shot, earning honors as the PCL Top Star. The IL responded with two runs in the 5th, starting with a solo blast by Durham’s Willy Adames. Richie Shaffer of Columbus, who had already homered, then added an RBI double on his way to the IL’s Top Star award. The 30th annual Triple-A All-Star Game concluded when Memphis’ Ryan Sherriff and Iowa’s Matt Carasiti combined to close the door on a potential IL 9th inning rally.

International League 4,
Pacific Coast League 2
At Charlotte, NC
(BB&T Ballpark),
July 13, 2016

  • Attendance: 10,386
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Chris Marrero (Pawtucket, IL); Travis Taijeron (Las Vegas, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Chris Tremie (Columbus), Stu Cliburn (Rochester), Andy Tomberlin (Charlotte);
    PCL - Manager Wally Backman (Las Vegas), Bronswell Patrick (El Paso), Mike Shildt (Memphis)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Bill Ripken, Jim Callis, Sam Ryan
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Matt Swierad (Charlotte), Russ Langer (Las Vegas), Mike Pacheco (Charlotte)
  • Box Score
All-Star Game for the seventh time in the past eight seasons. The Pacific Coast League struck first when Las Vegas’ Travis Taijeron smashed a two-run homer in the 2nd inning, but was one of just three hits for the PCL and the last time they’d cross the plate. Columbus’ Erik Gonzalez drilled a solo shot in the bottom of the 2nd, and Lehigh Valley’s Andrew Knapp did the same in the 4th to tie the contest 2-2. Knapp’s teammate Cam Perkins put the IL ahead an inning later with an RBI groundout. Chris Marrero of Pawtucket, winner of the 2016 Triple-A Home Run Derby, sealed things with a solo blast in the 8th inning. IL pitchers combined to allow just three hits with nine strikeouts, but Top Star honors went to Marrero. The Top Star for the PCL was Taijeron. Rochester’s Jorge Polanco, who had an infield single and a double, was the Game’s lone player to collect multiple hits.

International League 4,
Pacific Coast League 3
At Omaha, NE
(Werner Park),
July 15, 2015

  • Attendance: 9,023
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Kyle Roller (Scranton/WB, IL); Peter O'Brien (Reno, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Billy Gardner, Jr. (Syracuse), Kevin Boles (Pawtucket), Tim Doherty (Rochester);
    PCL - Manager Brian Poldberg (Omaha), Fred Dabney (Colorado Springs), Franklin Stubbs (Oklahoma City)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Bill Ripken, John Manuel, Sam Ryan
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Mark Nasser (Omaha), Pete Michaud (Norfolk)
  • Box Score
Rain was in the forecast for the 28th annual Triple-A All-Star Game, but over 9,000 fans in Omaha were instead treated to a beautiful night and an exciting contest. The International League captured its third straight victory in the event in comeback fashion. The IL got an early 1-0 lead when Rochester's James Beresford tripled in the 1st and scored on scored on a RBI-single from Buffalo's Matt Hague. The PCL tied it in the 6th with a solo homer off the bat of Albuquerque's Cristhian Adames, then took a 3-1 lead in the 8th thanks to a two-run blast by Top Star award winner Peter O'Brien of Reno. The IL left two men on base in the 6th and 7th innings and left three on in the 8th, but finally in the 9th Scranton/WB's Kyle Roller came through with a two-run single. It was followed by the game-winning RBI hit by Lehigh Valley's Tyler Henson. The PCL got two men on base in the bottom of the 9th, but Blake Wood of Indianapolis closed the door on the IL's 4-3 triumph. Roller was named Top Star for the International League.

International League 7,
Pacific Coast League 3
At Durham, NC
(Durham Bulls Athletic Ballpark),
July 16, 2014

  • Attendance: 10,274
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Liam Hendriks (Buffalo, IL); Chris Taylor (Tacoma, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Charlie Montoyo (Durham), Chris Tremie (Columbus), Tony Arnold (Columbus);
    PCL - Manager Bob Mariano (Fresno), Glenn Dishman (Albuquerque), Bob Skube (Nashville)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Darryl Hamilton, John Manuel, Sam Ryan
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Patrick Kinas (Durham), Deene Ehlis (Iowa)
  • Box Score
On a picture-perfect evening in Durham, the International League took charge right out of the gate. Starting pitcher Liam Hendriks of Buffalo struck out four over 2.0 scoreless frames while the IL jumped out in front 4-0 behind a two-run single from Durham's Wilson Betemit and a two-run homer by Syracuse's Jhonatan Solano. Joc Pederson of Albuquerque got the PCL on the board in the 6th with a solo blast, but the IL responded with four hits in the bottom of the inning including a two-run triple by Louisville's Felix Perez and a RBI-single by Syracuse's Steven Souza to put the game out of reach. Tacoma shortstop Chris Taylor won Top Star honors for the PCL, going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, while Hendriks was named Top Star for the victorious IL. The game ended when Durham manager Charlie Montoyo brought on Bulls pitcher Merrill Kelly to record the final out and give the International League a 10-7 lead in the All-Star Game's current format.

International League 4,
Pacific Coast League 3
At Reno, NV
(Aces Ballpark),
July 17, 2013

  • Attendance: 10,135
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Tony Sanchez (Indianapolis, IL); Michael Wacha (Memphis, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Dave Miley (Scranton/WB), Joel Skinner (Charlotte), Brandon Moore (Charlotte);
    PCL - Manager Brett Butler (Reno), Damon Minor (New Orleans), Pat Rice (Fresno)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Darryl Hamilton, Jim Callis, Sam Ryan
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Ryan Radtke (Reno), Howard Kellman (Indianapolis)
  • Box Score
The largest crowd in the five-year history of Reno's Aces Ballpark turned witnessed a well-played Triple-A All-Star Game in 2013. An early offensive explosion gave way to dominant pitching and stellar defense before a nationwide television audience on MLB Network. Louisville's Billy Hamilton collected an infield hit on the game's first pitch and promptly stole second base on the next pitch. Rochester's Chris Colabello knocked in Hamilton, but the PCL responded with two runs in the bottom of the 1st on a RBI single by Brett Pill of Fresno and a sacrifice fly by Brock Peterson of Memphis. The game's big blow was delivered in the 2nd by Indianapolis catcher Tony Sanchez who put the IL ahead for good with a three-run homer. Sanchez was named Top Star for the IL, while PCL honors went to Memphis pitcher Michael Wacha who turned in 1.2 perfect innings in relief. The PCL got a RBI ground out from Fresno's Johnny Monell in the in the 4th to cut the score to 4-3, but in the end the International League hung on for its fourth win in five seasons.

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