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Five Dunedin Blue Jays Named All-Stars
LHP David Purcey is 3-3 with a 3.81 ERA this season in eleven starts. In 52 innings, the left-hander has allowed 48 hits, issued 29 walks, and struck out 53 batters. With runners in scoring position Purcey is holding opposing batters to just a .222 batting average.
C Robinzon Diaz is hitting .263 in 171 at bats with one homer and twenty-two runs batted in. Diaz has struck out just 13 times in 171 at bats. In 152 at bats as a catcher Diaz is hitting .257, however, in 19 at bats as the designated hitter, he is hitting .316.
1B Clint Johnston hit .310 with four home runs and twenty-run runs batted in forty-two games with the Dunedin Blue Jays, and since has been promoted to Double-A New Hampshire. It is unknown if Johnston will participate in the All-Star Game.
LHP Zach Jackson was also named an All-Star but will not participate since he is currently in the Fisher Cats rotation. Jackson went 8-1 with a 2.88ERA in 10 games for Dunedin. In 59.1 innings, he allowed 56 hits, issued 6 walks, and struck out 48 batters.
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