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Sanchez, Black, Harrison, and Johnson Named International League All-Stars

Sanchez, Black, Harrison, and Johnson Named International League All-Stars

Tony Sanchez has been named to the Triple-A All-Star game. (Photo Credit: David Hague)

The Indianapolis Indians will be sending four players to the Triple-A All-Star game. Tony Sanchez, Vic Black, Josh Harrison, and Kris Johnson have all been selected to the game.

Sanchez is having a huge year at the plate, hitting for a .303/.383/.551 line in 198 at-bats. His average, doubles (22), homers (9), and RBIs (36) are the second-most totals among International League catchers.

Black has a 2.25 ERA in 28 innings of work, along with a 37:11 K/BB ratio. He missed about a month from the end of May to the end of June, but is still tied for fourth in the IL with 13 saves.

Harrison has a .316/.371/.504 line in 250 at-bats this year. He's been moving back and forth between Pittsburgh and Ind...

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